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Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award
16:00 on 22 August 2014
Supported by the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts, Creative Carbon Scotland and media partner The List, the Edinburgh Fringe Sustainable Practice Award will be in its fifth year of existence for this year’s Fringe. The award recognises artists and companies whom address sustainability in myriad ways during the Fringe.
The award will be presented 22 August, with applications open until 18 July. To apply, a production must fill out a questionnaire with some basic information as well as questions relevant to thematic and operational sustainability. More information can be found via the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts.
Past recipients of the award include-
The Pantry Shelf (2010), a satirical comedy that takes place in any ordinary pantry shelf, produced by Team M&M at Sweet Grassmarket; Allotment (2011) by Jules Horne and directed by Kate Nelson, produced by Nutshell Productions at the Inverleith Allotments in co-production with Assembly; The Man Who Planted Trees (2012) adapted from Jean Giono’s story by Ailie Cohen, Richard Medrington, Rick Conte and directed by Ailie Cohen, produced by the Edinburgh’s Puppet State Theatre; and How to Occupy an Oil Rig (2013), by Daniel Bye and Company, produced at Northern Stage.
The award ceremony will take place 22 August from 4.00-5.00pm.
For further information or to confirm your spot at the awards ceremony, please email Catriona Patterson at Catriona.Patterson@creativecarbonscotland.com