Green Tease: What Lies Beneath – Mapping Sustainability & the Arts

Monday, 25th July 2016
6pm - 8pm

The event will be two hours, but attendees are welcome to come and go as they please. They can either stay for the whole time or drop in when it suits.

What cultural and sustainability activities are taking place in Edinburgh? How do we map existing networks and find new points of connection between them?

Come and join us for an engaging mapping workshop during which we will uncover the different arts and sustainability networks across Edinburgh, find out what activities are taking place and explore where the points of connection lie between creative practices and those working in environmental contexts. The maps made during the workshop will be translated into an online visualisation for use and sharing by participants.

We’re keen to hear from as many existing members of the Green Tease network as possible, as well as those who are new to the network, so either join us for the whole time or drop in at a time that suits. We’ll have pizza available and drinks for purchasing from the venue providers.

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