Green Tease Reflections: Understanding Climate Complexity

The event commenced with an introduction from Dr Hannah Grist from Blue Action, in which she outlined the aims of …

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Opportunity: Artist outreach – Christmas exhibition

Painted Turtle Galleries is a brand new, eco-conscious online art gallery that will launch on 5th December 2020. Our mission …

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Read: November 2020 newsletter

Our November edition is now available. Featuring: Ben’s Strategy Blog: How, and why, are we applying cultural practices to Clyde …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: How, and why, are we applying cultural practices to Clyde Rebuilt? 

Our partners on the Clyde Rebuilt project are Sniffer, a resilience-focused charity that runs the Adaptation Scotland programme for the Scottish …

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Creative Carbon Scotland supports new data-driven project

Creative Carbon Scotland’s Carbon Management Planning Officer Caro Overy is receiving the funding through Creative Informatics and Creative Edinburgh’s Connected …

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Opportunity: EIB Artist Development Programme 2021

The European Investment Bank (EIB) Institute is looking for emerging European artists and collectives to join the 2021 edition of …

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Read: October 2020 newsletter

Our October edition is now available. Featuring: Film production in the time of COVID Introducing Clyde Rebuilt Green Tease reflections …

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Guest blog: Film production in the time of COVID

Storytelling is ultimately heroes and villains, rises and falls. During the pandemic we’ve had all of these things – but, …

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Opportunity: VACMA Awards Edinburgh

The City of Edinburgh Council, in partnership with Creative Scotland, offer funding opportunities to visual artists /craft makers who can …

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Opportunity: free film-making training for Scotland’s youth workers

Keep Scotland Beautiful have partnered with Screen Scotland through the Youth Climate Film Project to offer free film-making training for …

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