2pm - 3.30pm Workshop Sessions
Attendees are able to select from one of four sessions to participate in:
Workshop: Creating the Culture/SHIFT
Simon Gall, independent artist, Rebecca DeVivo, SEPA, and Gemma Lawrence, Creative Carbon Scotland
How can creative practices address environmental sustainability, and reimagine culture for a climate changed world? How can we work with sustainability practitioners and institutions to address these complex problems? In this workshop, participants learn from the experiences of past partnerships and development plans for future Culture/SHIFT collaborations.
Workshop: Green Champion 101
Fiona Flynn, Resource Efficient Scotland
New to being a Green Champion? Or wanting to refresh your knowledge, skills and ambitions towards reducing your environmental impact? In this workshop, Green Champions have the chance to undertake a tailored and condensed version of Resource Efficient Scotland’s ‘Green Champion Training’, specifically focused on understanding and reducing emissions related to energy, waste and travel.
Workshop: Leading the Green Arts
Scott Morrison, Scottish Ensemble, Amanda Grimm, Festivals Edinburgh, and Catriona Patterson, Creative Carbon Scotland
How can the Green Arts Community lead Scotland’s cultural response to climate change, and become a powerful peer-to-peer network for change? Led by and aimed at Green Arts members looking to develop the network into its next phase, this workshop will define the shared goals and needs for the future of the Green Arts Initiative , to strengthen and empower it to push for sustainability within organisations as well as at the societal or policy level.
Workshop: Adapting to Climate Change
Ben Twist, Creative Carbon Scotland, Gillian Gibson, National Galleries of Scotland
How are the arts being impacted by climate change, and how can we prepare for it? What are the medium term projections for Scotland, and how can we adapt our culture to weather the storms? This workshop will use case studies and scenarios to help cultural organisations identify how we might be impacted by a changing climate and crowd-source solutions.