Minty Donald reviews A Caledonian Decoy

Tim Collins and Reiko Goto’s dense and thought-provoking exhibition brings together a number of recent works developed as part of what they describe in the accompanying catalogue as ‘A Critical Forest Art Practice’.* This body of works, made ‘with rather than in’ forests in Scotland is intended to ‘explore […] new relationships between humanity and... Continue Reading →

culture/SHIFT ¦ two cities, two challenges

Creative Carbon Scotland's culture/SHIFT programme has two events specifically focused on key issues for cities - Aberdeen and Glasgow: What can be done in post-industrial North Glasgow? How to speed up post-fossil fuel Aberdeen (i.e. move postively to the post-industrial)? Aberdeen Green Tease: Cultural Practices in a Post-Fossil Fuel Aberdeen with Nuno Sacramento (Director, Peacock... Continue Reading →

Residency Opp and Green Teas(e) Reflections – Creative Carbon Scotland

Our friends and colleagues at Creative Carbon Scotland have a call out for artists to participate in a residency, Mull is a multi-disciplinary weekend-long residency which explores the question, ‘What would it mean to be an artist working in a sustainable Scotland in 50 years’ time?’ through artistic practice and conversation. We’re looking for up... Continue Reading →

Information sessions | Imagining Natural Scotland

Imagining Natural Scotland, aiming to thoroughly think through the relationship between the arts and the natural environment, is holding a series of sessions which promise to be more interesting than the title suggests. Sessions are to encourage collaborations applying for the awards. Each session will feature, Detailed information on how to apply to the Imagining... Continue Reading →

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