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April 2019
Report: Cultural Adaptations Glasgow

The first Cultural Adaptations transnational meeting took place in Glasgow, Scotland in March 2019 bringing together international project partners, local arts and cultural organisations, and those key to adaptation to climate change in the Glasgow Clyde city region. The two days were focused around workshops on Adaptation Strategies for Cultural Managers and Designing Embedded Artist Projects alongside networking and project coordination. 

The Cultural Adaptations Glasgow report summarises the activities and learnings from the event, you can also find video interviews and images from the event on the website.

Save the Date: Cultural Adaptations Gothenburg
Cultural Adaptations Gothenburg, organised by the City of Gothenburg and TILLT, will bring together all of the country partners for the next transnational meeting of the project.

The partners will share the progression of their own projects and experiences, and learn from the encounters, discoveries and knowledge of others, ensuring robust methodologies and resources can be developed. Local cultural managers will have the opportunity to participate in a workshop to help shape resources for developing adaptation strategies for cultural organisations.

More details to follow soon. For now: Save the Date!
SAVE THE DATE: 12 - 13 November 2019
Embedded Artist Gothenburg City Region
The embedded artist for the Gothenburg City Region to work with the City of Gothenburg’s Rain Gothenburg programme and Tillt has been announced. The artist will work together with the City of Gothenburg on the the 'Rain Gothenburg' project which aims to make Gothenburg the best city in the world when it rains.

Ulrika Jansson’s practice has its roots in place and the interconnections of the natural ecology and culture. She explores actions, methods and objects that affect human imagination and perception to create ecological intimacy and an experience of the interdependence of everything on earth.
Gothenburg Embedded Artist
DRIFT - The art of climate adaptation
Cultural Adaptations cultural partner from Belgium, Greentrack Gent, are collaborating with Vooruit Arts Centre and artist Maria Lucia Cruz Correia on “DRIFT – The art of climate adaptation” with a series of events running up until October 2019.
DRIFT - The art of climate adaptation
Cultural Adaptations Conference
A three-day, international conference in Glasgow, Scotland in Autumn 2020 will explore and analyse the outputs and outcomes of the Cultural Adaptations project, and share learning on climate change adaptation for cultural SMEs and cultural practices in climate change adaptation at a city-region and international scale.

If you are interested in supporting the conference, get in contact with the Cultural Adaptations project office.
Contact Cultural Adaptations
An Innovative Partnership
Cultural Adaptations brings together leading cultural organisations in Belgium, Ireland, Scotland and Sweden with innovative local adaptation partners. The project is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union with match-funding from Scottish GovernmentICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability) will contribute to the dissemination work of the project outcomes and outputs.
Partners & Supporters
Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union TILLT
creative carbon scotland
green track
Scottish Government - Riaghaltas na h-Alba City of Gothenburg
Codema - Dublins Energy Agency
Rain Gothenburg
Climate Ready Clyde
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