Green Tease August Meetup

09aug7:00 pm8:30 pmGreen Tease August MeetupThe Green Tease Online Meetup is a virtual space for open discussion about the arts and environmentalism. This month's theme: VISION.7:00 pm - 8:30 pm OrganiserCreative Carbon ScotlandEvent TypeCultural, Arts & Social,Webinar & Talks

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About this event

Green Tease Online Meetups are an informal online space for discussion about intersections between culture and environmentalism. Meetups are equally open to anyone coming from an arts or environmental background. Each meetup has a loose theme that provides the basis for discussion.

The theme for this meetup is ‘Vision’, a space for discussions specific to visual art forms like painting, sculpture and film as well as for questions such as how to visualise the future we want to create, or anything else that this theme means to you.

If there is something that you would like to discuss you can suggest it when signing up and we will bring this into the discussion. This could be a theme, an idea, or something to do with your own work that you’d like to share.

We want these meetups to provide a safe space for open dialogue that is as inclusive and accessible as possible. Please see our Safe Working Spaces Statement for more information. If you have any accessibility requirements to allow you to participate in the meetup, you can let us know when signing up to attend or get in touch with [email protected].

The meetup will be held on Zoom. Please sign up for a spot on Eventbrite and you will receive an email with a link to join the online call on the day. The link will also be made available on the online event page. To participate, you need a device (computer, tablet, smart phone) and an internet connection. More information on how to use Zoom is available on their website.



(Monday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Creative Carbon Scotland

Creative Carbon Scotland believes in the essential role of the arts, screen, cultural and creative industries in contributing to the transformational change to a more environmentally sustainable Scotland.

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