Tribe_events: Strategy

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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Irish Green Arts Initiative launched

Creative Carbon Scotland is delighted to be working with Theatre Forum to launch the Green Arts Initiative in Ireland, to …

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A meditation for cello, electronics and video, performed by Emily De Simone. This hour-long programme includes: Michael Gordon’s Light is …

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A meditation for cello, electronics and video, performed by Emily De Simone. This hour-long programme includes: Michael Gordon’s Light is …

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Cleaner Business Fleets: Reducing Your Transport Emissions – Business Breakfast

VIBES – Scottish Environment Business Awards are holding an event in partnership with Green Business Fife as part of the …

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Reading Towards Action

Reading Towards Action is informed by the writings of Paul Freire and was kick-started by reading Brian Murphy’s book, ‘Transforming …

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Green Tease: Adapting the Visual Arts to Climate Change

Creative Carbon Scotland is pleased to invite you to the next in our series of Green Tease events – connecting …

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Job: Communications Officer (3 days/week (0.6FTE), 6-month contract July 22 – January 31, £25,000p.a pro-rata)

Applications for this position closed on Thursday 13 June. Background The arts and culture shape the ways in which we …

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Ben’s strategy blog: Today the arts, tomorrow the world!

Well, for a start, change by individual organisations is very difficult One of the things I learned from the research …

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