Thu, 23 Mar|
Source and share supplies, skills and equipment with CAN
Don’t know what to do with all your spare materials? Join CAN (Circular Arts Network) to learn how to use the new online circular economy exchange platform and for a discussion on sourcing and sharing supplies, skills and equipment.
Date, Time & Location
23 Mar, 12:30 – 13:30 GMT
About the event
If you don’t know what to do with all your spare materials (including fabric), join this talk by CAN (Circular Arts Network) to learn how to use the new online circular economy exchange platform.
CAN will show you how to register and use the online exchange platform to upload freebies and paid listings, as well as how to source art materials. They will also share some examples of the projects they have been involved with supporting.
We will end the session with a Q&A with CAN and an open discussion on sourcing and sharing supplies, skills and equipment, related to sustainable fashion and textiles.
EVENT FORMAT & ACCESSIBILITY
This event is being held online only. Online through Zoom, you can choose to view an automatically generated live transcription.
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ABOUT CAN (CIRCULAR ARTS NETWORK)
CAN (Circular Arts Network) is a new online platform for trading art supplies, exchanging skills and sharing equipment! You can find a wide range of freebies and paid listings on our website at canarts.org.uk - the perfect place to source art materials. The circular economy tool was created to support the arts.
Discover anything and everything from paints to crates to fabrics, ideally suited to inspire your next project. Looking for something specific and can’t find what you need? Set up a WANTED post and wait for it to come to you. Better yet - just finished an exhibition and don’t know what to do with all your spare materials? You can sell them on CAN too.
CAN was developed in a partnership between Sculpture Placement Group and SCAN (Scottish Contemporary Art Network).
The SFS Spring Gathering is part-funded by Creative Scotland’s Open Fund, made possible with funds from The National Lottery and Scottish Government.