Tag Archives: aberdeen

SEPA leads on creative engagement project in flood risk community

Over winter 2018-2019, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and Creative Carbon Scotland, with support from Aberdeen City Council, collaborated …

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“The Den Burn is flooding, don’t panic!”

“The Den Burn is flooding, don’t panic” was the key message of the first song, “The Burnie Journey”, sung by …

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Opportunity: Artist’s residency with Aberdeen Performing Arts and the James Hutton Institute (deadline soon!)

Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) is teaming up with Creative Carbon Scotland and the James Hutton Institute to host an artist’s …

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Silas: Take One Action Film Festival

“When they tear down the trees and strip the land, they tear down our people and strip away their lives.” …

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The Green Lie: Take One Action Film Festival

Environmentally-friendly electric cars, sustainably-produced food products, fair production processes… Can our purchasing power help save the world? In this tongue-in-cheek …

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Guest Blog: Ruminations on systems, lives and livelihoods in flux (Part 1)

‘Even in the darkest of times we have the right to expect some illumination’ -Hannah Arendt The artistic project (2018-2020)  …

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Ben’s Strategy Blog: Fossil fuel companies’ sponsorship of the arts

The full statement that we’ve signed reads, ‘We do not take any oil, coal, or gas corporate sponsorship for our …

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Tomorrow/Demain Screening

A Free screening of the inspiring and award winning documentary Tomorrow. Refreshments will be served afterwards with the opportunity for …

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Green Tease: Cultural Practices in a Post-Fossil Fuel Aberdeen

How can cultural practices address a post-fossil future? Join Nuno Sacramento (Director, Peacock Visual Arts) and Dr Leslie Mabon (Sociologist, …

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Green Tease: Lost Islands & Other Works exhibition tour

Join curator Matilda Strang, for an exhibition tour of ‘Lost Islands & Other Works’, followed by a group discussion led …

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