Tribe_events: Artists

The Green Arts Conference: Culture Change

Key speakers, interactive workshops, a networked community of #GreenArts practice and sustainable event design: come to the conference for Scotland’s …

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BUGS and live tasting at Glasgow Film

With the UN estimating that food production will need to increase 70% to feed the planet by 2050, the daily …

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The GreenRoom

Stills library is transforming into a green space in a new partnership with PYRUS botanicals for Edinburgh Science Festival 2019. …

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Case Study: Exploring Scotland’s Blanket Bog with Cryptic

From Caithness to Edinburgh: A New Commission Presented as the culmination of The Peatland Partnership’s Flows to the Future Project, …

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Case Study: Ethical Making at The City of Glasgow College Jewellery Department

Committing to Ethical Making In March 2018, The City of Glasgow College Jewellery Department signed the ‘Ethical Making Pledge’ alongside …

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Case Study: Going Home with Live Music Now

Live Music Now Scotland was founded on Yehudi Menuhin’s vision that all members of society, whatever their circumstances, should have …

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News: New river pollution artwork unveiled at Almondell Park

Waste collected from a new RiverRubbish initiative puts the pollution of the River Almond in the frame. Artist Annie Lord …

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Opportunity: Call for proposals – Nuit Blanche

CALL FOR PROPOSALS NUIT BLANCHE – 17th edition – 5 October 2019 Supported by the City of Brussels, NUIT BLANCHE …

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Green Tease: Biosystems – The New Weird + From Mull to Mars

‘Biosystems: The New Weird + From Mull to Mars’ is the latest project from A+E, a collective of artists and …

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Green Tease: Edinburgh’s Shoreline

The Edinburgh Shoreline project and Creative Carbon Scotland are excited to announce their second Green Tease event. One year on …

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We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.


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