Creative Carbon Scotland: Artist Callout for Creative Climate Futures

Pay: £12,177
Closing date: Thu 30 Nov 2023: 9am

Two paid roles for creative practitioners to work on a project aiming to empower Glasgow’s most vulnerable communities to design climate ready futures for their neighbourhoods.

The role involves contributing to the overall design of focused activity within a ‘pioneer’ neighbourhood in Easterhouse or Laurieston & Hutchesontown, running a series of creative workshops, working with participants to collectively imagine and co-design local visions and contributing to the project legacy through reflective reporting. There are two roles available, one for each of the pioneer neighbourhoods. You may apply for either or both of these.

Eligibility: Open to any creative practitioner of any discipline. You must be based within easy travelling distance of the neighbourhood you are working with to limit transport emissions associated with the project and ensure a good connection with the local area. You must have the right to work in the UK.

Location: Activities will take place primarily in Easterhouse and Laurieston & Hutchesontown with some activities elsewhere in Glasgow. Preparatory elements of the work can be done remotely from any location.

Fee: Two contracts of £12,177. Based on a Scottish Artist Union day-rate of £336. For each role, a budget of £1,000 is available to cover artist materials and £100 for local travel costs.

Time Commitment: 36 days for each contract, spread across December 2023-March 2025, with most time (30 days) falling during January 2024-June 2024. Timing is flexible but will likely involve evening and weekend working to reach the right audiences.

Application: Responses to application questions to be submitted in written or video format via the Creative Carbon Scotland website

For further information, please contact, call 0131 243 2760 or visit

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Closing date: Thu 30 Nov 2023: 9am