Tribe_events: Artists

Bog Myrtle and Flamethrowers

Bog Myrtle and Flamethrowers is a new exhibition by artist and filmmaker Karel Doing. Encompassing still images, film strips and …

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Job: Climate Resilience Roles at Sniffer

Sniffer is a Scottish sustainability charity, based in Edinburgh. As change makers we play a key role through international, national, …

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Opportunity: WHALE Arts Seeks New Chair

Exciting times ahead at WHALE Arts as they announce they are seeking a new Chair for their Board of Directors …

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Opportunity: £2500 Top Prize for any creative work

The John Byrne Award £2500 top prize for any creative work Deadlines: Last day of each month for £250 prize; …

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Dead Wood Living

An exhibition of drawings and paintings as part of a woodland art project by Edinburgh artist, Colin Duncan. Exhibition opening: …

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Beltane Fire Society receives funding to explore a ‘Green’ Fire Festival

Beltane Fire Society has been awarded £500 from the Climate Challenge Fund, part of Keep Scotland Beautiful, to explore creating …

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Take One Action Film Festival

Take One Action Film Festival returns to Edinburgh and Glasgow, 18-29th September, to celebrate the people and the films that …

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Opportunity: Create temporary public street art for the Upstream Battle

It is estimated the 12.7 million tonnes of plastic gets into the sea every year – that’s a truck full …

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VeloCommunities: Can Cycling Save the World?

We know that changing the way we travel is one of the biggest challenges facing Scotland (and the rest of …

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Climate Movement Builders training course

Movement Builders is a five-day intensive training for people working towards big systemic change. Half theory, half practical tools, this …

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