Resources: Working with Artists

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: Environmental Activism Conversation with Macrobert Arts Centre

Macrobert Arts Centre have been an active member of the Green Arts community for years, but had a long held …

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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: Exploring Scotland’s Blanket Bog with Cryptic

From Caithness to Edinburgh: A New Commission Presented as the culmination of The Peatland Partnership’s Flows to the Future Project, …

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Case Study: The Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship and Alternative Pathways to Sustainability at Summerhall

The Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship In 2019, Summerhall is the sixth host of the Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship, supported by …

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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: EIFF Video Conferencing

EIFF uses video conferencing to benefit their premieres. As part of their 2014 programme, the Edinburgh International Film Festival hosted …

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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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