Ecoscenographer, Mona Kastell will lead the next EPAD Platform event on Wednesday 24th February with a short workshop about incorporating ecological thinking into artistic practice.
Learn more about Mona’s journey as a designer; discuss different approaches and examples of integrating environmental principles into design. How do the ideas translate into actions? Explore how to engage with communities so they play a central role in environmental advocacy and education.
EPAD Platform is a place for members of Edinburgh’s creative community to share ideas, new work in progress and information about current projects with peers across the city. Using Zoom, this is a safe and supportive online space to profile and support Edinburgh’s network of professional performing artists.
Book your place if you are an artist, producer, maker, designer or working in production and keen to connect creativity and climate change into sustainable art-making and design.
Share your news, events and opportunities!
This opportunity was posted by EPAD (Edinburgh Performing Arts Development). Creative Carbon Scotland is committed to being a resource for the arts & sustainability community and we invite you to submit news, blogs, opportunities and your upcoming events.