CULTIVATE is a regional leadership programme which engages local communities with climate justice through creativity and peer-education, that will create and produce locally relevant work across the Tay region. Led by Creative Dundee over 18 months, this pilot project brings together creative practitioners, community partners and a community steering group to explore climate justice in a practical and meaningful way. The first round of creative practitioner and local community partnerships have now started and they include: Taylor Wagonner & The Scottish Crannog Centre (Perth & Kinross), Nicky Bolland & The Cateran Museum / Alyth Development Trust (Perth & Kinross), Finlay Hall & The MAXwell Centre (Dundee), Jade Anderson & The Gate Church Carbon Saving Project (Dundee), Kirsty McKeown / Jeni Reid & Community First (Angus) and Zoë Swann & PLANT (North East Fife).

The creative practitioners taking part in this project are:

  • Jade Anderson, Gate Church Carbon Saving Project (Dundee), Wee Wardrobe 
  • Finlay J Hall, The MAXwell Centre (Dundee)
  • Nicky Bolland, The Cateran Ecomuseum & Alyth Development Trust (Perth & Kinross), The Entangled Tea Set
  • Taylor Waggoner, The Scottish Crannog Centre (Perth & Kinross)
  • Jeni Reid & Kirsty McKeown, Community First (Angus), The Little Green Cafe
  • Zoë Swann, People Learn About Nature in Tayport (North East Fife)