Opportunity PhD studentship: Assessing arts-based interventions for sustainable practice

Deadline: 3 July Assessing arts-based interventions for sustainable practice will observe a range of creative interventions, critically reflect upon them as both artistic creations and mechanisms for change within an Energy and Environmental Humanities framework, and develop a portable qualitative framework for the design and assessment of arts-based interventions. Creative Carbon Scotland Find a PhD... Continue Reading →

#ArtOpps Sustainability First Art Prize

Building from the corona crisis towards a sustainable future The corona pandemic is currently affecting every area of peoples’ lives across the globe. As we emerge from the crisis, how do we ensure a sustainable recovery – which balances economic, social and environmental wellbeing? Sustainability First is launching an Art Prize to invite original, radical... Continue Reading →

#ArtOpps #COP26 ‘One Ocean’

Inge Paneels asked us to share this. We are seeking participants to take part in a on-day workshop with up to 20 climate scientists, data specialists and artists on the theme of One Ocean on Thursday 28th of May 2020, from 2-5pm. As we are seeking a diverse group, please drop us an email with... Continue Reading →

#arts4cop26 meetup report

How does the Covid-19 pandemic, the lockdown and social distancing challenge artists' thinking about making work addressing the #COP26 UNFCCC Climate Change talks scheduled for Glasgow? More than 70 artists, scientists, curators and organisational leaders met up on Wednesday 29 April 2020 to discuss how the arts can address COP26. In planning before the Covid-19... Continue Reading →

Reblog: The Visual Culture of Earth Day: Gas Masks and Honeybees — Artists & Climate Change

I’ve never been all that moved or inspired by Earth Day, or at least not by the 21st century Earth Days I’ve known. I have experienced April 22nd primarily as a celebration of aestheticized environmentalism and corporate greenwashing, when I’ve noticed it at all. 1,461 more words via The Visual Culture of Earth Day: Gas Masks... Continue Reading →

Coleman and Hodges:  MOON – WATER – DUST,  Residency at the Bamboo Curtain Studio

Jo Hodges and Robbie Coleman, artists with a social practice based in rural Dumfries and Galloway, tell us about the residency they undertook at the Bamboo Curtain Studio, Taiwan in September and October 2019. Using food as well as walking as means of exploring, they provide an insight into the political and environmental context. They... Continue Reading →

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