The blue on white sign was initially adopted by Nicola Burgess, Programme Manager at Impact Arts to be displayed outside their building for the whole of 2020. However, as a result of the disruption caused by the global pandemic, in November 2020 it was agreed to extend the adoption until autumn 2021, when as part of the 10th anniversary celebrations for Early Warning Signs, the blue on white sign was joined in Glasgow by the three other signs which were installed at various community venues across the city in the run-up to COP26.
For Glasgow Open House Arts Festival on Saturday 25 September 2021, Harrison led a special Bike & Talk event around Glasgow to visit the four signs - from Woodlands Community Garden in the West End to Impact Arts in the East End and then to The Bowling Green and The Hidden Gardens in the Southside.
Applications are now being sought for a host venue for this sign in 2022. If you would like to follow in the footsteps of Artsadmin in London, Beacon Art Project in Lincolnshire, Site Gallery in Sheffield, Space Station Sixty-Five in London, Aspex in Portsmouth, the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Glasgow, The Bowling Harbour Project in West Dunbartonshire, ATLAS Arts in Skye, Democracy House in Strachur, Kinning Park Complex in Glasgow and now Impact Arts too, then please see further information about how to 'adopt a sign'.