- Want to learn to weave in one of the world’s leading tapestry studios? The beginners tapestry weaving experience da… https://t.co/FeyEbfCpOZ
- The VIA Arts Prize is the UK’s only Ibero-American-themed arts prize, inviting UK-based artists to submit original… https://t.co/KQFnfKtg9E
- Stuart Whipps: If Wishes Were Thrushes, Beggars Would Eat Birds is showing at @DCAdundee until 15 November. A newl… https://t.co/o1whrKjxSM
Browse content by theme:
Glasgow's Green - Imagining a Sustainable City
10:00 on 14 March 2015
Tramway, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE
Join Creative Carbon Scotland and Glasgow Arts for a day of free artist-led workshops and activities exploring how the arts can contribute to a more environmental sustainability city at Tramway on Saturday 14th March, 10am – 5pm. All welcome!
We have a wide range of workshops on offer across the day for all ages exploring ideas related to food, textiles, urban ecologies, public space, architecture, circular economy and manufacturing, with artists and groups including Ellie Harrison, Harry Giles, Angharad McLaren, Penny Anderson, Make Works and Dress for the Weather.
Glasgow’s Green provides a great opportunity to build new connections and strengthen the links between arts and sustainability initiatives across the city.
To sign up for workshops, and find out more, follow this link:
Please note: Due to the practical nature of the event, space is limited and all workshops are ticketed, although free to attend. If workshops are not sold out beforehand, attendance will function on a first come first serve basis after ticket-holders.
This event may be photographed and/or recorded for documentation and future promotional purposes. All children under 18 years old, and vulnerable adults, must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
This project is co-funded by the Culture Programme of the European Union, Glasgow Life, Glasgow Year of Green and Creative Carbon Scotland.