Tribe_events: Organisations

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: Creative and Sustainable Re-use with Reset Scenery

Reset Scenery (CIC) is a Scottish based, not for profit company dedicated to providing the Scottish creative arts sector with …

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Case Study: Improving cycling facilities with Dundee Rep and Cycling Scotland

Introduction of Works Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre has been working hard to increase its green credentials. The theatre …

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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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#GreenArts Day 2019 – How are YOU celebrating the creative community going green?

#GreenArts is about Scotland’s Green Arts community sharing what they’re doing to improve their environmental performance, learning from others about …

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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: The Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship and Alternative Pathways to Sustainability at Summerhall

The Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship In 2019, Summerhall is the sixth host of the Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship, supported by …

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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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