Tribe_events: Artists

Greening Arts Practice Session 3: ECOLOGICAL ARTS – a practice for capable futures

Talk by Ecological Artist, Dr David Haley, Round Table Discussion and Work Sharing Friday 6 July, 11.15am – 2pm The …

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New project announcement: Velocommunities 1000th Climate Challenge Fund project

Velocommunities will run between Spring 2018 and March 2020, supporting communities in Glasgow’s Southside and West End to cycle in …

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Opportunity: Programme and Communications Manager at Scottish Sculpture Workshop

Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) are looking for a Programme and Communications Manager. This is a great job opportunity for someone …

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Guest Blog: Theatre and Ecology – A Different View

To think of theatre and ecology, or even theatre and environment, is generally to think of three forms of representation, …

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Opportunity: Grow Wild Creative Funding for 14-25!

Wildflowers and fungi are amazing! That’s why we’re inviting young people aged 14-25 to take part in a summer of …

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Sustainability at the Fringe Reception

Whether you’re new to social, economic and environmentally sustainability practice at the Fringe, or you’ve been a leader in LED-lighting, …

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Guest Blog: Climate Stories Music

Composer, improviser, and sound artist Jason Davis is creating original music pieces which feature excerpts of interviews of residents from …

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Friends of the Earth Scotland presents…. Pop-Up Parks

What would our streets look like if they were built for people, not private cars? This June, together we can …

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Guest Blog: Changing Climate, Changing Culture – Exploring the Role of the Arts and Cultural Sector in Supporting the Low Carbon Transition in Edinburgh

Supported by our four clients, Creative Scotland, Carbon Creative Scotland, Transition Edinburgh and the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, our …

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Guest Blog: But There is No Land Near the End

Describing a time period in which the actions of humankind enter geologic history, the Anthropocene is not just a scientific …

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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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