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Ethical Making Resource Launched: Fairtrade, Fairmined and Sustainable The Incorporation of Goldsmiths has created the Ethical Making Resource in the interest of helping jewellery and silversmithing community …

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Green Picks: Glasgow International Visual Arts Festival 2018

Low carbon travel Alys Owen and Beth Shapeero, LOOP SPT Subway System, Around the city For ‘LOOP’ artworks by Alys …

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Guest Blog: Images From a Warming Planet

Photographer Ashley Cooper writes about documenting climate change and the rise of renewable energy on every continent on the planet.

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Some Kind of Nature – Lecture by ecoartspace curator Patricia Watts

This talk will focus on the development and history of the curatorial platform ecoartspace, highlighting specific exhibitions and programs, and …

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Opportunity: Create Development Worker with WHALE Arts

Funded by the Aspiring Communities Fund, which is supported by the European Social Fund and Scottish Government, ‘Tasting Change’ is …

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Opportunity: Green stories short story competition

Free writing competition to write short stories set within a sustainable society, deadline 19/4.

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Slow Food Youth Network Scotland Squid Inc Workshop with Eduard Pagès Rabal

An artistic and gastronomic experience based on three elements: the squid, the ink and the paper. First, we’ll learn about …

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Slow Food Youth Network Scotland Gone Fishing

Following the Scottish premiere in Edinburgh, Slow Food Youth Network is glad to present the documentary ‘Gone Fishing’ directed by …

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Mobile Cooking

This cooking workshop is led by the artists Eva De Baerdemaeker, Suraia Abud, and Yannick Roels. In their mobile kitchens, …

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Ethical Making Resource for Jewellers and Silversmiths

Previous research had found the pre-existing information unclear, difficult to locate, and sometimes dubious in origin and accuracy, and this …

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