How do you do #GreenArts? Get set to join in with #GreenArts Day 2019 on Thursday 14 March to share your work, find out about what’s happening in the cultural sector, what sustainability in the arts looks like, and how we all can contribute to a better and more sustainable Scotland.
#GreenArts Day was held for the first time in March 2018, it was an exciting day of stories from across Scotland’s cultural sector and beyond, reaching an audience of over 1 million people! This year we hope you’ll join us in making it even bigger and better!
Get Involved in Green Arts Day
- Use, like and retweet the hashtag #GreenArts
- Connect with Creative Carbon Scotland on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
- If you are a Green Arts member, think about what you could share during the day:
- Could you introduce your Green Champion or Green Team to the world?
- Have you got a good sustainability story to share?
- Are you launching a new sustainability initiative?
- Can you show off your environmental policy?
If you have something you are planning to share as part of the #GreenArts day, or if you have any questions, please do get in touch with Catriona on email@example.com
What is the Green Arts Initiative?
The Green Arts Initiative is a community of practice of cultural organisations in Scotland, committed to reducing their environmental impact. We are working on this in a huge variety of ways – everything from reducing the emissions of harmful greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, to programming artistic work which directly tackles the issues for Scottish and international audiences.
It is free for any cultural organisation in Scotland to join and participate in the Green Arts Initiative. To find out more, and to become part of the community, head on over to our project page. We currently have 220 members from across Scotland, and we guarantee you’ll spot some you already know on our interactive map.