Date: Tuesday 13th March 2018 – 13:30-4pm
Location: Drawing room, St Margaret’s House, 151 London Road, Edinburgh EH7 6AE (third floor)
Learn more about the journey as a designer from traditional to ecological design. Discuss different approaches to integrating environmental sustainability principles within artistic practices. How do the ideas translate into actions? Be part of the solution. The talk will be followed by a short, informal workshop with participants. Tea and biscuits provided.
Suitable for anyone with an interest in sustainable design: artists, theatre, film & policies makers, etc.
Mona Kastell is an ecoscenographer based in Edinburgh with a strong interest in socially and ecologically conscious design and how these practices can contribute to sustainability more widely in society. Last year Mona undertook the MA Ecological Design Thinking course at Schumacher College, England, renowned for its cutting-edge learning based around ecology and sustainability. Now back in Scotland, she’s keen to put her learning into practice, placing interconnectivity and authentic community engagement at the heart of her making process.
Accessibility – Creative Carbon Scotland is committed to actively promoting accessibility, equality and inclusivity in all of our work. The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible. If you require further access support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Tease is an ongoing informal events programme connecting cultural practices and environmental sustainability across Scotland. Find out more about our Green Tease Open Call and previous events.