#GreenArts Day 2020 will take place on Wednesday 18th March from 10am across Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
What is #GreenArts Day?
Since 2018, Creative Carbon Scotland has hosted #GreenArts Day – a digital event to explore and celebrate the work of the community, and share with their audience members and national and international industry peers. #GreenArts Day is an annual event but #GreenArts is year round on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and everyone is encouraged to share their green work through using the #GreenArts hashtag.
#GreenArts Day is part of the programme of the Green Arts Initiative community. Find out more about our conference, community and how to get involved.
What can you expect from #Green Arts Day?
- Inspiration and community Member organisations of the Green Arts Initiative will be posting about their work on social media, celebrating their achievements and sharing their plans for the future.
- The Launch of the Green Arts Initiative Annual Report This report synthesises our members annual reporting on the actions they’ve taken, and the ambitions they have for their environmental sustainability efforts. We’ll be live publishing the 2019-20 report as part of #GreenArts Day, sharing their wealth of experience and insight.
- Examples of Green Arts projects We will release new detailed case studies about work that has been done by members of the Green Arts Initiative this year, adding up to date projects to our already extensive catalogue of case studies.
- Announcements and News #GreenArts Day is a great moment to announce new initiatives to achieve even more ambition in creating a better, more sustainable Scotland (and world). Tune in to catch announcements from Green Arts Initiative members or others.
- Questions to prompt your own green arts thinking Over the course of the day, we’ll also be posing key questions that the Green Arts community is working on, challenging the cultural sector and those participating in it to develop the ideas which underpin all our efforts towards a sustainable Scottish cultural sector.
How can you get involved?
- Tweet or retweet using the hashtag #GreenArts on Twitter, or post on Instagram or Facebook. Tweet or post:
- about the role of arts and culture in addressing environmental issues
- about what you or your organisation has done this year
- photos or images of performances, projects, your Green Arts Initiative sticker, your Green Team
- Follow Creative Carbon Scotland on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.
- Spread the word to your friends, colleagues, and audiences about #GreenArts Day, put on an event or a #GreenArts Day party!
And if you are a Green Arts Initiative member:
- Share with us what you’ve been doing this year. We’re particularly keen to hear about case studies or receive photos.
- Involve the rest of your team. Use #GreenArts Day as an excuse to engage other members of staff in the important work you are doing.
- Let your audiences know that it’s #GreenArts Day. Integrate it into your programming. Hold a talk or discussion.
If you have any thoughts, ideas, plans, or questions you want to share, please get in touch with email@example.com.