Opportunity: 87 Beavers: In Memoriam

Eighty-seven beavers on Tayside were killed under license by the Scottish Government in 2019: almost one-fifth of Scotland’s beaver population, …

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Opportunity: Outdoor arts and mixed media commissions

Renfrewshire Leisure wish to commission a series of innovative pop-up outdoor arts and mixed media installations to be explored from …

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Opportunity: Becoming Earthly – Arts and Ecology Seminar Series

Becoming Earthly reflects a need to develop a shift in perspective towards care for the thin skin of the earth …

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Opportunity: PhD studentship

The interdisciplinary project – “Assessing arts-based interventions for sustainable practice” – will observe a range of creative interventions, critically reflect …

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Job: Administration and Finance Officer

Details of the Administration and Finance Officer role Hours: part-time (30 hours per week) Salary: £25,000 pro rata (i.e. £20,000 …

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Opportunity: micro-residencies for visual artists

TONIC ARTS is a vibrant, award-winning programme that creatively enhances the healthcare environment of NHS Lothian, UK. They are currently …

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Open call: Reimagining Museums for Climate Action

Eight competition winners will be awarded £2500 each to develop their ideas for an exhibition at Glasgow Science Centre ahead …

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Opportunity: One Ocean – COP26 data workshop

Creative Informatics is seeking participants to take part in a workshop with up to 20 climate scientists, data specialists and …

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Opportunity: Sustainability First art and essay prizes

Sustainability First, a think tank and charity seeking to promote practical ways to deliver environmental, social and economic wellbeing, is …

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Job: Sniffer seeks an experienced project manager

The project manager will support us in the development of Clyde Re:built, a transformative adaptation strategy and plan for the Glasgow City …

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