Post: Artists

Blog: Embedding Artists in Sustainability Contexts

Creative Carbon Scotland’s work placement Elly White shares what she’s been up to so far on her six-week placement, contributing …

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Green Tease: Embedded Artist Projects – Sharing Event

Advertisement for Glenrothes Town Artist. Newspaper Image © ‘The Birmingham Post’, Monday 6 May 1968. Image reproduced with kind permission of The …

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Carbon Reduction in the Creative Industries: Scoping Report

In 2017, Creative Carbon Scotland was commissioned by Creative Scotland to undertake research into how the Creative Industries could reduce …

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Green Tease: Ecological Theatre Making – Mona Kastell Artist Talk & Discussion

Mona Kastell is an ecoscenographer based in Edinburgh with a strong interest in socially and ecologically conscious design and how …

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Climate Action Scratch Night

As part of this season, Aberdeen Performing Arts have programmed one of their infamous Scratch Nights and invite you to …

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Everything I bought in a year and how it made me feel: Performance & Discussion

A show-and-tell about consumerism and anxiety. Harry’s got a problem. Maybe you do too. He keeps buying things to feel …

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Green Tease: The Same Hillside Debate

Join Professor Pete Smith (University of Aberdeen), John G Wallace (video artist) and guests for a chance to hear about …

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John G Wallace: The Same Hillside exhibition

As part of the Barn’s contributions to National Climate Change Week, John G Wallace and Professor Pete Smith present a …

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Live Streamed from California: Newton Harrison’s Vision for Scotland and the Dee Catchment

The Barn is delighted to host the launch of the Center for the Study of the Force Majeure’s vision for …

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Opportunity: Free Wildflower Seed Kits to Transform Urban or Unloved Spaces

Grow Wild is working across the UK to change lives and transform spaces with UK native wildflowers.

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