Resources: Individuals

Case Study: Fife Contemporary’s ‘Climate Emergency in Practice’ Day

Fife Contemporary is a St Andrews-based contemporary visual art and craft organisation. Formerly the Crawford Arts Centre, we now work …

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Case Study: Olive Pearson Designs and zero-waste textiles

Introduction to my work I’m Olive, the designer-maker behind the luxury knitted accessories brand Olive Pearson Designs. Now in my …

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Case Study: Start the Change with Highland One World’s Change Makers

Since 1992 Highland One World Global Learning Centre have supported schools in the Highlands and Islands to promote Global Citizenship …

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Craft Scotland and Make it Green

The articles feature advice on working with alternative materials, reusing and upcycling, sourcing local materials, preserving natural environments, and much …

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How can culture support political action on climate change?

As a sector, it can feel like there is a conflict between the moral imperative to engage with climate change …

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Case Study: Ethical Making at The City of Glasgow College Jewellery Department

Committing to Ethical Making In March 2018, The City of Glasgow College Jewellery Department signed the ‘Ethical Making Pledge’ alongside …

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Case Study: Young People and the Environment at Impact Arts

Impact Arts and Our Bright Future Impact Arts received funding from Our Bright Future: a lottery-funded programme that supports young …

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Case Study: Artist Engagement – The Edinburgh College of Art

Working with artists is a key way to affect the sustainability of the arts sector: artists can have a significant …

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