New films from VeloCommunities embedded artist project released!

Last year we supported theatre-maker Lewis Hetherington and filmmaker Geraldine Heaney to work with Glasgow cycling charity Bike for Good …

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A Building for Your Community

A Building for your Community is a free online series of shared information, ideas, questions and answers surrounding community-led built …

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Job: Sniffer seeks an experienced project manager

The project manager will support us in the development of Clyde Re:built, a transformative adaptation strategy and plan for the Glasgow City …

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Cultural Adaptations Conference postponed

The conference, which aims to share the learnings from the Creative Europe-funded project over three days of presentations, workshops and …

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How Creative Carbon Scotland can support our cultural sector

At Creative Carbon Scotland, we remain focused on supporting the sector in their environmental ambitions. Climate change will continue to …

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Green Arts Initiative Annual Report 2019

Read all about how the creative community responded to Scotland’s climate emergency in 2019, and about our plans for 2020. …

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Opportunity: new deadlines for John Byrne Award

The John Byrne Award is Scotland’s most inclusive competition for emerging artists. Our aim is to encourage a discussion about …

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Opportunity: Design an EcoSanta outfit

Photo by Brett Sayles via Canva Share your events and opportunities!  This event was posted by The Ecologisers. Creative Carbon …

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Green Tease Reflections: Renfrewshire Arts and Culture

Introductions Leonie Bell, Paisley Partnership Strategic Lead, gave us a quick update on Future Paisley, a programme of events, activity …

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Read: March 2020 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out now. Featuring: #GreenArts Day and Green Arts Initiative Annual Report Details for our next Green …

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We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.

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