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Edinburgh Green Tease: ArtCOP Schools Arts Competition
29 June 2015 until 4 June 2015
Church Hill Theatre
Join us for our next Edinburgh Green Tease for tea, biscuits and sharing of ideas on the arts and sustainability community of practice.
How are young people creatively engaging with climate change and sustainability? How could a schools art competition contribute towards this?
Join us for our next Edinburgh Green Tease led by staff members of the Assembly Rooms and Church Hill Theatre to discuss the possibilities of an ArtCOP Edinburgh schools art competition which explores creative repurposing of unwanted materials.
We’ll hear from Assembly Rooms green champion John-Paul Valentine about his plans for the competition and exhibition of artworks and invite everyone to share thoughts and ideas on how we make it happen!
As always we’ll have tea and biscuits waiting for you an arrrival. All welcome.
ArtCOP Scotland is a new project facilitated by Creative Carbon Scotland which supports Scotland’s creative communities to explore their role in contributing to a more sustainable society and respond to the UN Climate Change negotiations (COP21) taking place in Paris this December. Find out more about ArtCOP Scotland and the Paris COP21 here: http://www.creativecarbonscotland.com/project/artcop-scotland/