FIELD Scotland

two piles of FIELD Scotland books, showing the front and back covers
If you want to purchase several copies for friends, colleagues, government ministers or funding strategists, please email us.

Fresh off the press!

FIELD Scotland: On Value has just been released! For a limited time, it's available at an introductory cost of just £7.99 including UK P&P.

In March 2021, a group of 29 creative practitioners from across Scotland came together in virtual spaces to think, talk, listen and dream, learning from each other and through the act of dialogue. These writings reflect some of their thinking, on where we are now and some paths forward. Here you will find more questions than answers, and we hope these will nudge you into new thoughts, collective actions, responsibilities and futures.

Contributions from Alice Allen, Vanessa Boyd, Jassy Earl, Leonor Estrada Francke, Heather Fulton, Karl Jay-Lewin, Sara Johnstone, Sanjay Lago, Alister Lownie, Heather Marshall, Ruth McEwan, Raman Mundair, Emily Nicholl, Katherina Radeva, Jessica Ramm, Ellen Renton, Mhari Robinson, Jenna Watt and Katharine Williams. Edited by Alister Lownie with illustrations by Katherina Radeva.

We're also offering the new book along with a copy of last summer's FIELD notes as a bundle for just £15 including UK P&P.

FIELD Scotland

Our first FIELD conversational residency in Scotland took place in March 2021, themed around value.

The artists taking part were Jenna Watt, Emily Nicholl, Raman Mundair, Sanjay Lago, Katharine Williams, Jassy Earl, Alice Allen, Heather Fulton, Jessica Raam, Leonor Estrade Francke, Heather Marshall and Ellen Renton.

On occasions, we were joined by Julie Ellen (Macrobert), LJ Findlay Walsh (Tramway), Dominic Hill (Citz Theatre), Sara Johnstone (Workroom), Lucy McGlennon (Eden Court), Fiona Ferguson (Imaginate), Ruth McEwan and Gareth Nocholls (Traverse Theatre), Karl Jay Lewin (Dance North), Liam Sinclair, Andrew Panton and Jess Thorpe (Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre), Mhari Robinson (Independent Arts Projects), Vanessa Boyd (Creative Scotland) and Gill Robertson (Catherine Wheels)

the front covers of FIELD notes and FIELD Scotland books
This project was made possible thanks to public funding from the National Lottery through Creative Scotland, with additional support from Macrobert Arts Centre, Tramway, Imaginate, Workroom, Eden Court and Red Bridge Arts.
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