Resources: Outdoor and Temporary Venues

Case Study: Creative Engagement and Active Travel with Art Walk Projects’ ‘Footprint’

Art Walk Projects started out initially as a pilot project in 2015 producing the annual Art Walk Porty festival, run …

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Case Study: Creative and Sustainable Re-use with Reset Scenery

Reset Scenery (CIC) is a Scottish based, not for profit company dedicated to providing the Scottish creative arts sector with …

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Case Study: The Straw Bale Studio at Moniack Mhor

Moniack Mhor: Scotland’s Creative Writing Centre Moniack Mhor, Scotland’s Creative Writing Centre, is based in Kiltarlity, 14 miles from Inverness. …

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Case Study: How National Chamber Music Day Went Green

Enterprise Music Scotland and National Chamber Music Day Since September 2011, Enterprise Music Scotland (EMS) has hosted National Chamber Music Day. …

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Case Study: Reuse Swap Shop – Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

For several years now, the team at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has run their own Swap Shop and Paper Recycling …

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Case Study: Staff Engagement – The Pleasance

This is a big, celebratory event where the Pleasance team talk about not just the practicalities of working there but …

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Case Study: Wee Green Cinema at Take One Action Film Festivals

Although the cycle-cinema idea is springing up across the world, Take One Action Film Festivals have recently begun incorporating their …

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