Mapping sustainability and the arts

From Creative Carbon Scotland:

Carbon Image Larissa Pschetz

A quick reminder about our two upcoming Green Tease events which we hope you can join us for! You’re welcome to come along for the whole session or to drop in for a bite to eat and to make your contribution to the network maps that we’ll be developing over the course of the events.

What Lies Beneath: Mapping Sustainability & the Arts with Dr Larissa Pschetz

Date: Monday 25th July, 6 – 8pm
Venue: Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny St, Edinburgh EH6 8RG
Find out more and register here

Date: Friday 29th July, 6:30 – 8:30pm
Venue: The Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate, G1 5HB
Find out more and register here

What cultural and environmental sustainability activities are taking place in Edinburgh and Glasgow? How do we map existing networks and discover new points of connection between them?

This month we want to hear from Green Tease members and others, about current projects that you’re engaged in, areas of future interest, and how the Green Tease programme can enable stronger ties between artistic practices and environmental initiatives in Scotland.

To do this, we’re very excited to be led by Dr Larissa Pschetz (Interaction Designer and Lecturer, Edinburgh College of Art) through a series of physical visualisation exercises, the data from which will be translated into online maps for use and sharing by participants.

We want to hear from as many Green Tease members as possible, as well as those who are new to the network, so please share this widely with friends and colleagues. Either join us for the whole session or drop in at a time that suits. We’ll have snacks available and drinks for purchasing from the venues.


Please note that the event venues are wheelchair accessible. If you have any access requirements or questions please get in touch with Gemma at

Green Tease is an ongoing informal events programme which aims to build connections between creative practices and environmental sustainability. The majority of our Green Tease are free to attend with refreshments provided.

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  1. Dear Chris,

    I would like to nominate ecoartscotland for the Nick Reeves Award. Is there a possibility that you could send me a couple of paras on yourselves esp. achievements in the past year?

    Best, Clive

    Clive Adams

    Director | Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World

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