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Read: May 2022 newsletter

Our May 2022 edition is now available. Featuring: Four jobs open for applications across the organisation Two blogs for our …

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Job: Administration officer (part-time)

We are looking for a skilled administration specialist to fill this part-time post that recently became vacant. This is an …

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Call-out: Projects 2023 – Grantham Foundation for the Arts and the Environment

It is with great pleasure that the Grantham Foundation officially launches its 2023 call for projects. Once again this year, …

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Opportunity: Two artist residencies (North Sea)

We are particularly interested in proposals that build on the heritage of coastal communities, by engaging them in the art-making …

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Project blog: Cùram Cuain – Embrace the Sea

In August 2021, Orkney-based artists Saoirse Higgins and Jonathan Ford were selected to collaborate with SEASOH, working towards the delivery …

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Guest blog: Fathom – a response to Cùram Cuain

The measurement, like many, is based on your own body. It also involves a stretch. Your fingertips extend out to …

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Job: culture/SHIFT officer (full-time, 35 hours/week)

The culture/SHIFT officer will develop and deliver events, produce resources for the Creative Carbon Scotland website and elsewhere, and support …

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Job: Green Arts officer (full-time, 35 hours/week)

Our new Green Arts officer will lead the development and delivery of training and events within the Green Arts unit, …

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Opportunity: ‘Dear Politicians’ ecopoetry project

‘Dear Politicians’ is a student-led ecopoetry project. Weekly webinars were hosted throughout April with speakers from ecopoets to scientists and …

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Opportunity: SSW x Counterflows caregivers’ residency

Apply now. Caring for family (bio or chosen), community and/or kin, either professionally or informally can form and create artistic …

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