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Take One Action Film Festival 2020

2020 has been a tumultuous year… but we’re pleased to be able to provide a tiny wee bit of stability: …

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Green Tease Reflections: Museums of the FutureNow: Environmental Justice 

It sought to provide a space for participants to consider issues of environmental justice and collectively imagine what Scotland could …

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Read: August 2020 newsletter

Our August edition is now available Featuring: A history of arts and culture at COPs September Green Teases Beginning an …

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Opportunity: River Culture Animateur (Middle Tweed) (0.6 FTE) development phase

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic individual with a background in cultural place-making and/or participatory arts to develop …

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Opportunity: River Tweed Cultural Curator (0.6 FTE) 12 months

We are looking for an experienced individual, with a background in culture and the arts, to develop an innovative five-year …

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The domestic and the global: Emma Nicolson on how the arts will be at the heart of Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Chris Fremantle from ecoartscotland interviews Emma Nicolson. She tells us about the ambitions for the programme, how it is different …

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Green Tease Reflections: MANIFESTOS from times of CRISIS

At this critical juncture, we need to think about how the disruption wrought by coronavirus is going to influence our …

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Opportunity: Climate science radio drama writing for 16-25-year-olds

IGNITE is a writing development programme for 16-25-year-old creatives, in partnership with RADA and funded by the Royal Society of …

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Read: July 2020 newsletter

Our July edition is now available Featuring: Introducing… Twist’s Shift Embedded artist blog Green Tease events updates New case study …

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Twist’s Shift #1

Those of you who subscribed to the Twist List in the past may recognise the style. This is the first edition, as it were, …

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