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Letters to the Earth being presented at Aberdeen Performing Arts and Traverse Theatre among 50 Global Arts venues

Letters to the Earth – submitted by everyone from 4 year olds to great grandparents – are being preformed today …

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Opportunity: Artist Commissions for Art Walk Project’s ‘Footprint’ project

‘FOOTPRINT’ is a walking and cycling map + guide planned for East Edinburgh (Portobello, Leith) & Musselburgh  with artist-led routes that intersect …

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Declaration of a Climate and Ecological Emergency

We pledge to work with and support our community and local and national governments in tackling this Emergency, and we …

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Green Tease Podcast: Can art get people travelling more sustainably?

Can art get people travelling more sustainably? To allow you to hear the full presentations and a summary of discussions …

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News: Citizen Bravo – Build a thing of Beauty

It gives Chemikal Underground Records great pleasure to introduce the unabashed geek pop of Citizen Bravo, AKA songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and …

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Guest Blog: Staging Change – A green theatre network

As storytellers, performers and makers have a unique capacity to explore key issues with audiences both on and off the …

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#GreenArts Day 2019 – How are YOU celebrating the creative community going green?

#GreenArts is about Scotland’s Green Arts community sharing what they’re doing to improve their environmental performance, learning from others about …

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News: New river pollution artwork unveiled at Almondell Park

Waste collected from a new RiverRubbish initiative puts the pollution of the River Almond in the frame. Artist Annie Lord …

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Opportunity: Call for proposals – Nuit Blanche

CALL FOR PROPOSALS NUIT BLANCHE – 17th edition – 5 October 2019 Supported by the City of Brussels, NUIT BLANCHE …

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“The Den Burn is flooding, don’t panic!”

“The Den Burn is flooding, don’t panic” was the key message of the first song, “The Burnie Journey”, sung by …

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