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Hello! How's your summer so far?

We're trying a slightly revised format for this month's newsletter to help you get to the good stuff more quickly. Hope you enjoy it.

Do let us know via email, Twitter or Facebook if you've got any comments, queries, suggestions. Many thanks.

Our news

Two great opportunities (both closing 8th August)

  1. Creative practitioners in any discipline are invited to apply to become the embedded artist supporting the development of a Climate Emergency and Sustainability Plan for Creative Scotland.
  2. We're looking for an administration officer to join our team on a part-time basis.

Seas Our Future

Read about a series of creative family workshops titled "Seas our Future" we supported in the spring with the MarPAMM - Seas of the Outer Hebrides project, Taigh Chearsabhagh arts centre in North Uist, and local artist, Kirsty O’Connor.

Scotland's Climate Assembly / Culture for Climate

Some excellent outputs from the special online event on 29th June with Scotland's Climate Assembly and the Culture for Climate Scotland working group are now available:  

New Library of Creative Sustainability case study

"Postcards from the Future" was a three-year project facilitated by Más Arte Más Acción, bringing together groups from two regions in Chocó, Colombia to create short documentary films responding to plans to build a new port.

New guides

Our upcoming events

  • Green Tease online meetup - Vision - Monday 9th August, 7-8.30pm
  • Green Tease online event - Take your time (presented as part of the Just Festival) - Tuesday 17th August, 6.30-8pm


Visit our website to see more events and opportunities.

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NEXT DEADLINE: 21st July 2021

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