Applications open for the 2012 Fringe Festival Award for Sustainable Production
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is just around the corner and that means it's also time to get your applications in for The Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts (CSPA) 2012 Fringe Festival Award for Sustainable Production.
Designed to reward sustainable practice in the production of a fringe show, The CSPA Award for Sustainable Production has previously been awarded to: The Pantry Shelf (Edinburgh 2010), a satirical comedy that takes place in any ordinary pantry shelf, produced by Team M&M at Sweet Grassmarket; and Allotment (Edinburgh 2011) by Jules Horne and directed by Kate Nelson, produced by nutshell productions at the Inverleith Allotments in co-production with Assembly.
So how do you get your hands on one? Simply visit the CSPA website: www.sustainablepractice.org/fringe and fill in the application form. This year the application process has also incorporated our IG Tools carbon calculators - so if you're already entering data you're ahead of the game.
Keep an eye out for the Festivals Edinburgh and Creative Carbon Scotland sustainable theatre events, supported by CSPA. More details here.