The domestic and the global: Emma Nicolson on how the arts will be at the heart of Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

10th August 2020

Interview on 'Climate House' initiative with Emma Nicolson, Head of Creative Programmes at RBGE

Chris Fremantle from ecoartscotland interviews Emma Nicolson. She tells us about the ambitions for the programme, how it is different from the previous programme at Inverleith House, and about the artists who will be helping to shape the new approach as well as the key themes.

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