The Green Arts Conference

Key speakers, interactive workshops, a networked community of #GreenArts practice and sustainable event design: come to the conference for Scotland’s sustainable cultural community!

The Green Arts Conference, is the annual conference on how and why Scotland’s cultural sector is creatively approaching environmental sustainability. It is an opportunity for the sector to highlight and share the innovative steps being taken to reduce its environmental impact and to discuss the challenge of how the arts can contribute to a more sustainable Scotland.

The 2019 Green Arts Conference will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland on Tuesday 8th October. More details, speakers, sponsors and programme information will be announced here in due course.

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Do you want to be part of our 2019 event – either as a Green Arts community session speaker, or as one of our sustainable suppliers? Get in touch with Catriona.patterson@creativecarbonscotland.com.

Past ConferencesThe biggest Green Arts Conference ever! - Read all about it

With a specific ‘spotlight’ on the knowledge, learning and skills that Green Champions and their cultural sector colleagues need in their roles, the conferences are a mix of plenary talks, interactive workshops and facilitated networking, all with the aim of growing internal confidence and external prominence of the work of the sector.

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Edinburgh Festival City Edinburgh Festival City

A project initiated by Edinburgh’s Festivals with key partners the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network

Edinburgh Festival City Federation of Scottish Theatre Scottish Contemporary Art Network