BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Creative Carbon Scotland - ECPv4.9.10//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-ORIGINAL-URL: X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Creative Carbon Scotland BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20190331T010000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20191027T010000 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20200329T010000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20201025T010000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20191120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20200429 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20191206T120314Z LAST-MODIFIED:20191206T120709Z SUMMARY:The 2019 Chelsea International Photography Competition DESCRIPTION:New York City’s Chelsea International Photography Competition (CIPC) celebrates gifted\, notable\, and fresh talents in the world of photography. Professional and amateur photographers\, at any stage of their careers\, are invited to participate in the competition to be discovered and promoted professionally in the heart of New York’s art district. \nWith awards valued at more than $55\,000\, the CIPC aims to promote extraordinary and innovative art. \nThe 2019 CIPC is accepting entries now (opened 24th September 2019) until 28th April 2020. \nResults are announced on 26th May 2020. \nFind out more. \nNB: Entry fee: $25 – $45 USD. \n\nShare your events and opportunities!  \nThis event was posted by CIPC. 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.  \n URL: CATEGORIES:General ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20200328T100000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20200418T170000 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20200227T014247Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200227T022653Z SUMMARY:52 Stitched Stories Exhibition DESCRIPTION:An exhibition bringing together the Isle of Arran and West Kilbride groups. Members have created a postcard piece of work each week for 52 weeks\, or as many as life allows. Many of the members have recycled and upcycled their way through the project. The exhibition is at the Barony Centre\, West Kilbride from March 28th to April 18th. The opening is at 2pm on Saturday 28th March where there will be a chance to meet and talk to some of the makers. All welcome. \n\nShare your news\, events and opportunities!  \nThis event was posted by Craft Town Scotland. 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.  \n URL: LOCATION:the Barony Centre\, West Kilbride\, 50 Main street\, West kilbride\, North Ayrshire\, KA23 9AW\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:General ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png: ORGANIZER;CN="52%20Stitched%20Stories%20Project" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20200402T160000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20200402T193000 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20200227T030424Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200319T130557Z SUMMARY:Postponed: Glasgow Seed Library: 2020 launch DESCRIPTION:Please note\, this event has been postponed due to coronavirus\nWe’ve just stocked up – come meet the seed library! \nGrowers across Glasgow are invited to join this event\, withdraw seeds and discuss your growing and seed-saving plans for the year. \nDrop-in for short seedy film screenings\, seed-saving talks and discussions\, demonstrations and more. Food and refreshments provided. \n::: \nGlasgow Seed Library is hosted by CCA Glasgow\, and cared for by a steering group of individuals and community organisations across the city. This event is co-organised by the group and supported by Gaia Foundation’s Seed Sovereignty Programme. \n\nShare your news\, events and opportunities!  \nThis event was posted by Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow. 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.  \n URL: LOCATION:Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow\, 350 Sauchiehall Street\, Glasgow\, City of Glasgow\, G2 3JD\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:General ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Centre%20for%20Contemporary%20Arts%20Glasgow%20%28CCA%29" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20200404T100000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20200705T180000 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20200227T024115Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200319T131131Z SUMMARY:Postponed: Sonia Mehra Chawla: Entanglements of Time & Tide at Edinburgh Printmakers DESCRIPTION:Please note\, this event has been postponed due to coronavirus\nAn interdisciplinary visual arts and science project by Indian artist and researcher Sonia Mehra Chawla\, that engages with the North Seas of Scotland. \nThis project is the result of a two-year period of research facilitated by Edinburgh Printmakers and supported by Marine Scotland\, which informed intensive artist residencies at Edinburgh Printmakers\, ASCUS Art & Science\, and Marine Laboratory of the Scottish Government in Aberdeen in 2019. \nWorking at the interface between art\, science and technology\, exploring entanglements of ecology\, industry\, culture\, politics and aesthetics\, the body of work includes new prints commissioned by Edinburgh Printmakers\, along with videos\, living systems and archival historical scientific material. \nThe project is presented as part of Edinburgh Science Festival 2020. \n\nShare your news\, events and opportunities!  \nThis event was posted by Edinburgh Printmakers. 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.  \n URL: LOCATION:edinburgh printmakers\, 23 Union Street\, Edinburgh\, EH1 3LR\, Edinburgh CATEGORIES:General ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20200429T180000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20200429T200000 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20200401T091445Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200401T091445Z SUMMARY:Green Tease: #arts4cop26 Planning Discussion DESCRIPTION:How can the arts and artists work with environmental and civil society campaigners to address the multiple dimensions of the climate crisis\, particularly in the light of the covid-19 pandemic? \nSign up here. \nCovid-19 is affecting all of our communities\, whether in the arts\, or in wider society.  Acknowledging the current situation\, while also recognising all of the work that has happened so far to bring together a broad and diverse climate movement to prepare for COP26\, we are shifting the focus of this planned event.  We realise that many of our colleagues will be badly affected by the current situation and so will make this a space for sharing and connection\, as well as a place to think about the collaboration and creativity that will be needed\, as we emerge from Covid-19\, to respond to COP26 in whatever form it ends up taking. \nStop Climate Chaos Scotland\, the culture working group of the COP26 Civil Society Coalition\, Creative Carbon Scotland\, and ecoartscotland are continuing to support networking and planning and will be holding a discussion by  video conferencing on 29 April (18.00-20.00 GMT). \nThe arts have a specific role in addressing meaning\, value and subjectivity – “What does this mean to us as individuals and communities?” “What do we value and how can we imagine acting?” – that is especially relevant to the climate crisis and the current context with Covid-19. \nThe meeting is open to artists\, arts organisations\, campaigners\, environmental NGOs\, and anyone who has been developing plans for COP26.  \nThe aims of the meeting are to: \n\npromote new partnerships between arts\, activism\, and climate crisis policy and practice.\ndiscuss tactics which are inclusive and engage people where they are\, understanding  how our plans will have to change in light of the coronavirus pandemic \nprovide updates on developing plans as well as information and useful resources.\n\nWe understand that the current situation is difficult and unpredictable for many\, so this event will be informal in character and we will ensure to share as much of the content of the meeting as possible afterwards with anyone unable to attend at the time. This discussion will also provide a chance to keep in touch with other members of the community during isolation. \nSign up here. \n URL: LOCATION:Online CATEGORIES:General,Green Tease ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Creative%20Carbon%20Scotland" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20200615T080000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20200831T170000 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20191125T202355Z LAST-MODIFIED:20191128T154809Z SUMMARY:PIANOCEAN - Scottish tour 2020 DESCRIPTION:PIANOCEAN is a world sailing tour with a piano\, performed by French piano player\, singer and sailor\, Marieke Huysmans-Berthou. \nSince 2015\, Huysmans-Berthou\, who installed an upright piano on the deck of her 40ft sailboat\, has been giving piano concerts in all the harbours she has visited on her journey. \nPianocean has performed in some big venues and festivals such as Lorient Interceltic Festival (FR) and Galway International Arts Festival (IRL)\, but also on many islands and small communities that the pianist particularly loves. \nPianocean will tour the west coast of Scotland in 2020: Inner Hebrides\, Outer Hebrides and the Caledonian Canal.\nIf you want to arrange a performance of Pianocean in your village\, island or harbour\, please contact us at \nWatch a short video of Pianocean here and a short documentary that appeared on Irish National TV last summer here. \n\nShare your events!  \nThis event was posted by Pianocean. 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.  \n URL: CATEGORIES:General ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20200711T100000 DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20200713T170000 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20200220T051005Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200220T051005Z SUMMARY:Makers’ Festival Isle of Arran DESCRIPTION:An annual festival of making based on the beautiful Isle of Arran. 11th-13th July\, 10-5pm at Brodick Castle. \nThis event is participatory based where island makers come together to offer workshops and demonstrations. They also share their work through stalls and an exhibition trail. \nThe event considers its sustainability and the sustainability of the making processes engaged in. This year the exhibition has an upcycling theme\, which will challenge everyone who enters to think about waste differently. \nThe Makers’ Festival is a wonderful family event and beyond the festival there is much to see and do at the castle and in its grounds. National Trust entrance fees apply\, but once into the castle much of the festival is free. Where there is a charge it is nominal to cover cost of materials. All the makers give of their time and expertise free. Entertainment is also an important part of the event giving it a real festival feel. \nAll workshops and demonstrations are on a drop-in basis. \n\nShare your news\, events and opportunities!  \nThis event was posted by Crafts and Company. 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.  \n URL: LOCATION:Brodick Castle\, Brodick\, Isle of Arran\, KA27 8HY\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:General ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="crafts%20and%20company" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20201006 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20201009 DTSTAMP:20200401T160544 CREATED:20200122T111037Z LAST-MODIFIED:20200122T111037Z SUMMARY:The Cultural Adaptations Conference DESCRIPTION:Save the date: the Cultural Adaptations conference will take place in Glasgow\, from 6-8 October 2020. \nThis unique event will combine keynote presentations and participatory workshops to share international learning on how culture can play a central role in climate change adaptation. \nAbout the Cultural Adaptations conference\nAcross three days\, the conference will present the learnings from workshops in four European nations (Sweden\, Ireland\, Belgium and Scotland) as well as expert speakers from case studies\, successful initiatives and exemplary international leadership in adaptation and culture. \nDelegate discussions and workshops will finalise the Cultural Adaptations digital resource and final toolkit\, which will subsequently be made available for free use and replication. \nThe programme will explore: \n\nHow cultural organisations can adapt to the projected impacts of climate change using new methods and digital tools\nHow adaptation by cultural SMEs can lead and support other city-region organisations to adapt\nHow creative methods and arts practice can shape how regions adapt to climate change\nHow cross-sector collaboration on climate issues can be a future role for the arts\n\nWho should participate?\nThe Cultural Adaptation conference will provide a unique opportunity for practitioners\, policy makers and researchers working in climate change adaptation or arts and culture. \nThis event is therefore particularly relevant to: adaptation professionals working at the national\, regional or city scale; \n\nPolicy makers from local and national government with a remit in: culture; sustainability; adaptation; regeneration or development;\nCultural managers of creative organisations\, civic creative spaces or cultural initiatives;\nArtists and creative practitioners with an interest in working in different sectors to achieve social/political change; and\nAcademics with a research concentration in transformation\, cultural value\, environmental art and adaptation complexity\n\nVenue\nTheStudio…Glasgow\n67 Hope Street\, Glasgow\, Scotland\, G2 6AE \nThe venue is located in the centre of Glasgow (47 seconds from the central train station)\, with a range of spaces and amenities and views across Scotland’s largest city. \nGlasgow is an international cultural city\, and was previously a European Capital of Culture (1990). With a historical role in the industrial revolution\, it is now at the forefront of sustainable development and will host COP26\, the United Nations Climate Change Conference\, later in 2020.  \nMore information and registration \nRegistration will open in April 2020. Register your interest and be notified when ticket registration opens. \nCultural Adaptations is an action research project funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union\, and co-funded by the Scottish Government. \n URL: LOCATION:TheStudio\, 67 Hope Street\, Glasgow\, G2 6AE\, United Kingdom ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/gif: ORGANIZER;CN="Creative%20Carbon%20Scotland" END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR