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Scotspine Portraits INS Exhibition

The  exhibition of Marcus Leotaud’s Scotspine Portraits will take open on the 5th December, 6-8PM, The Saltire Society, 9 Fountain Close, 22 High Street Edinburgh, EH1 1TF. Tweet

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Tiny Geographies – YONS project

Tiny Geographies is a Year of Natural scotland Project Artist Chris Dooks has worked in 4 key locations, producing 4 short films of each area for Atomic Doric http://www.woodendbarn.com/atomic-doric/. He has interviewed different people who connect with the places – young nature groups, walkers, rangers etc – recording sounds, photographing and filming with them. Tiny Geographies has created […]

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Imagining Natural Scotland Conference – Keynote Videos now online

The videos of the keynote speeches from the Imagining Natural Scotland Conference are now online. http://imaginingnaturalscotland.org.uk/conference/conference-videos/   Tweet

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Imagining Natural Scotland Conference – Project Videos now online

The project videos from the Imagining Natural Scotland Conference are now online. http://imaginingnaturalscotland.org.uk/conference/project-videos/   Tweet

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INS Conference photos now online

                    The Imagining Natural Scotland conference took place at the University of St Andrews on 27 August 2013 with 118 delegates in attendance – approximately 50% were artists, 30% were academics and 20% were professionals. The keynote speech was given by renowned science writer and leader […]

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Natural Scotland on Screen at INS Conference

In this Year of Natural Scotland, we want to debate and celebrate Scotland’s place on big and small screens. A partnership project between Creative Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage, ‘Natural Scotland on Screen’ brings together a collection of films, documentaries and television programmes that showcase how filmmakers and broadcasters have represented, misrepresented, imagined and re-imagined […]

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Successful Applications announced

            Now that all the applicants have been notified, we are delighted to be able to announce the successful applications to the Imagining Natural Scotland project fund. The quality of entries to the INS project fund was extremely high, and with over 100 entries to assess, deciding which projects to […]

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Thank you to all Imagining Natural Scotland Project Applicants!

After seven information sessions around the country, addressed by a wide range of speakers and attended by over 200 people, more than one hundred proposals have been received for ‘Imagining Natural Scotland’ projects. This is an extremely exciting prospect – although the scale of the response will inevitably add to the time required to assess […]

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Glasgow Information Session 22/04/2013

The Glasgow Information Session for Imagining Natural Scotland proved very popular and was attended by approximately fifty artists, scientists and professionals. Nick James from LUC gave a fascinating presentation on the work his company conducted for SNH projecting how Climate Change would effect Scotland’s landscapes. The conclusions they drew were that landscape change was inevitable, […]

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Media from the Oban Information Session is now live

                                                    Videos of the presentations from the Oban Information Session are now live. We hope to put up the videos from Edinburgh and Dundee later today. Tweet

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Aberdeen Information Session

Do not miss the next Imagining Natural Scotland Information Session in Aberdeen which features presentations from award-winning documentary filmmaker Anthony Baxter and Lorna Dawson, a highly respected soil scientist from the Hutton Institute in Aberdeen. Anthony Baxter’s film ‘You’ve been Trumped’ explores the David and Goliath-style conflict between a group of proud Scottish homeowners and […]

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Edinburgh Information Session

The Edinburgh Information Session for Imagining Natural Scotland was attended by over sixty artists, scientists, architects, planners, fillmakers and cultural commentators. The audience was treated to three feature presentations from ASCUS Art Science Collaborative, composer Julian Wagstaff and Simon Flower from the British Geological Survey. ASCUS Art Science Collaborative ( www.ascus.org.uk ) comprises a network of artists […]

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