Devon Guild – Exec. Director

Executive Director The Devon Guild of Craftsmen is seeking an outstanding individual with strong leadership and management skills to drive forward the strategic, artistic and operational development...

Context & Form, Art & Writing

Monday 30 October to Friday 3 November 2017 led by artist Chris Drury and writer Kay Syrad, with guest artist David Buckland. Join us for this residential week as we continue our...

Dorset Coastal Connections commission

Dorset Coastal Connections – People & Places West Bay Artist Brief   Exciting opportunity for an artist/urban designer to work as part of an engineering team and other regeneration...

A Dartington Outing

A special exhibition in the Garden Room Gallery from September 22-28. Woven into Dartington's past and present, and that of our wider society and culture, are the lives of a host of LGBTQ people,...

Transition Town Totnes arts meeting

Announcing the first meeting for Arts and Creativity Transition Town Totnes (ACTTT), a new space for sharing our ideas and skills,  and seeing how together we can make the world turn. The Mansion,...

A&E collective publication

A&E Collective Publication A&E Collective Deadline: 15 October 2017 at 23:55 Seeking submissions for the first publication of A&E, a collective focussing on art and ecology. OPEN CALL:...

The Great War Horse

The Great War Horse Celebrating 10 years of the National Theatre co-production with Handspring Puppet Company  15th & 16th September 2017 Canterbury, UK Call for papers: In 2017, War Horse, the...

art-earth talk: Chris Drury

Chris Drury - Wandering: earth, art and context November 1 19.30 - 21.00 • Studio 3, Dartington Space, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EL Chris will talk about his diverse practice over 40 years,...

Stuart Hall Library residency

Stuart Hall Foundation and Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) are accepting applications for the second Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency commencing in February 2018. The residency...

In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain

Today Dark Mountain has started a new series about learning to listen to the myriad other voices beyond the human. Inspired by In Other Tongues, a three-day creative summit held this summer in...

Nature is Back

Nature is Back Greta Alfaro, Friedemann-Sánchez, Dulce Pinzón, Lina Puerta and Ritual Inhabitual Curator : Jodie Dinapoli For the first time, H Gallery  proposes a collective exhibition featuring...

transmission – crowdfunding callout

transmission is a story, first and foremost. Step into our imagined world. View the campaign here We know we are no longer alone in the universe when we begin to receive the popular broadcasts of an...

eARTh new season launch

eARTh enjoyed a fantastic year last year at Hele Corn Mill and we have been busy creating new work over the winter and spring for this summer. This weekend (May 6/7) we are launching our 2017...

Mike Perry: Land/Sea

Mike Perry: Land/Sea Preview: Thursday 6 April, 6–8pm Mike Perry will be in conversation with Ben Borthwick, PAC Artistic Director at 7pm Friday 7th April  - Saturday 17th June Photography...

Northern Heartlands – jobs oppty

Northern Heartlands Great Place Scheme Be a part of new and independent team, working in the beautiful landscapes of Teesdale and Weardale, County Durham. You will be engaging with diverse...

Declaration for soils

A project of the Open Jar Collective A couple of weeks ago we hosted an afternoon and evening of food and discussion at Kinning Park Complex to explore how we value soil and what opportunities there...

Echoes of the Void

Project update: Echoes of the Void 1-7th April 2017 The project Echoes of the Void goes to Chiuahua desert a week creative project on “Water, Art, Anthropology, and the Anthropocene” in...

Something Other: On Migration

Something Other invites submissions of text-based work and other somethings for The Second Chapter: On Migration. Something Other is a collaborative project hosted by Mary Paterson, Maddy Costa and...

ASLE-UKI conference cfp

Cross, Multi, Inter, Trans: Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, U.K. and Ireland Biennial Conference in association with LAND2: a landscape, place and visual arts research...

New members

Welcome to new members Rob & Harriet Fraser (somewhere-nowhere.com) Mark Leahy Clive Adams

Now and soon…

see all events

Context & Form, Art & Writing

Monday 30 October to Friday 3 November 2017 led by artist Chris Drury and writer Kay Syrad, with guest artist David Buckland. Join us for this residential week as we continue our explorations of relationship with landscape. Part of art.earth’s compelling...

read more

First Friday Oct 6

#firstfriday First Friday in October takes place in our usual venue, the Garden Room at Dartington Space. (For directions see the main First Friday page) Our guest artist is Charlotte Price whose work was on exhibition in the Garden Room Gallery in June/July 2017 and...

read more

A Dartington Outing

A special exhibition in the Garden Room Gallery from September 22-28. Woven into Dartington's past and present, and that of our wider society and culture, are the lives of a host of LGBTQ people, families and communities – lives that have ranged, and still do, from...

read more

art-earth talk: Chris Drury

Chris Drury - Wandering: earth, art and context November 1 19.30 - 21.00 • Studio 3, Dartington Space, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EL Chris will talk about his diverse practice over 40 years, working and collaborating with architects, planners, scientists,...

read more

Garden Room Gallery 2017-18

This is just a quick thanks to all who sent in proposals for the upcoming season in the Garden Room Gallery. We had a record number of responses to the callout, from across the UK and well beyond. We will be working hard to make our curatorial choices within the next...

read more

Calendar

More art.earth events

Opportunities

for members only

Shop

Books and more

Membership

Become a member

In case you missed them, read all our previous mailouts and updates

 

Related events

Browse all related events

Exchange Values on the Table

EXCHANGE VALUES ON THE TABLE   ​A Social Sculpture on Global Trade and invisible lives, the Future of Work and the Future of the Human Being   ​ Frans Hals Museum / De Hallen, Haarlem, Holland In THE GLOBAL TABLE  curated by Abigail Winograd ​ 23 Sept 2017 - 7 Jan...

read more

Performance Philosophy and Sufism

*Performance Philosophy and Sufism* A two-day symposium hosted by the Centre for Performance Philosophy *Oct 6th-7th @ The University of Surrey* . A two-day symposium and workshop on relationships between contemporary performance philosophy and Sufism. This event is...

read more

Nourish 2017

Nourish 2017 Saturday 30 September – Sunday 1 October, Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Cost: £20 includes food & refreshments. Book here. Nourish is Yorkshire and Humber Visual Arts Network (YVAN)'s programme of curated conversations with the region's visual arts...

read more

Opportunities for artists

Browse all opportunities

On Ecologies

Please find below our upcoming call-out for Something Other- Chapter Four, On Ecologies:   On Ecologies Ecology is among the words whose meaning has become malleable. In its literal sense, it’s the study of the interaction between beings and their environment. Coined...

read more

The Latent Image

CFP: The Latent Image 18th/19th/20th April, 2018 University of Edinburgh Deadline 1st October 2017 The fifth International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections of Art, Science and Culture is hosted by the Edinburgh Futures Institute, and will...

read more

Creating Earth Futures

GeoHumanities Creative Commissions 2018 – Creating Earth Futures The Royal Holloway Centre for the GeoHumanities is pleased to announce the launch of its commissions and creative residency programme with up to four commissions on the theme of ‘Creating Earth...

read more

Featured Artist of the month

We promised as part of our member package that we would have a 'featured artist of the month'. Our first featured artists will profile this coming October. Taking it in turns, each of the art.earth Directors will nominate their featured artist drawn from...

read more

Member posts

Sacred Mathematics Festival

The Sacred Mathematics and the Liberal Arts Festival Where: Rudolf Steiner House, London When: Weekend of 21st and 22nd October with virtuoso piano concert on Saturday evening 21st October. Also a heralding lecture on 17th September and an introductory lecture on...

read more

Transition Town Totnes arts meeting

Announcing the first meeting for Arts and Creativity Transition Town Totnes (ACTTT), a new space for sharing our ideas and skills,  and seeing how together we can make the world turn. The Mansion, Fore Street, Totnes, Studio 1 (1st floor) at 7:00-9:00pm on Thurs 28th...

read more

Striding into Autumn

Striding into autumn Exciting times ahead It feels a bit strange that the birch and oak leaves are beginning to turn on some of the darker valley sides but there you have it - the inevitable passing of seasons. After a delightful summer with The Long View exhibition,...

read more

First Fridays

open to all

CCANW

Art & Artists

RANE

Research

Our courses

Learning and more

Things to read

read them all

Biophilia and Beauty

Biophilia and Beauty Emma Robertson Over the last three years, I have sought to develop work in new ways in order to offer an alternative discourse to the overwhelming pessimism of climate change debates. Taking my artwork out of the frame, and then off the wall, into...

read more

In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain

IN OTHER TONGUES: CREATING A VESSEL by Richard Povall 30th August, 2017 Today Dark Mountain has uploadedthe sixth and final instalment of our series about learning to listen to the myriad other voices beyond the human. Inspired by In Other Tongues, a three-day...

read more

Ecologies and meaning of loss

IN OTHER TONGUES: ECOLOGIES OF MEANING AND LOSS by Wendy Wheeler The fifth in a series of blogs at Dark Mountain in response to art.earth's In Other Tongues event this past June. 25th August, 2017 Today we bring you the penultimate instalment of our series about...

read more

Artwork and Exhibitions

Exchange Values on the Table

EXCHANGE VALUES ON THE TABLE   ​A Social Sculpture on Global Trade and invisible lives, the Future of Work and the Future of the Human Being   ​ Frans Hals Museum / De Hallen, Haarlem, Holland In THE GLOBAL TABLE  curated by Abigail Winograd ​ 23 Sept 2017 - 7 Jan...

read more

A Dartington Outing

A special exhibition in the Garden Room Gallery from September 22-28. Woven into Dartington's past and present, and that of our wider society and culture, are the lives of a host of LGBTQ people, families and communities – lives that have ranged, and still do, from...

read more

The Tale

AN ADVENTUROUS ARTS EVENT FOR EXPLORERS OF ALL AGES The Tale unfolds across the stunning landscape of Torbay, South Devon this September. A unique kind of arts trail, The Tale guides you on a journey of discovery around the coast of Torbay – from the streets of...

read more

Treefold (somewhere-nowhere)

From Harriet and Rob Fraser... The Long View somewhere-nowhere     The sun’s light on the treefold gives it a softness, a pale glory. The range of greys and browns and whites in this ordered arrangement of limestone chunks are of this land and, here, in this...

read more

Common & Garden

COMMON & GARDEN A BERMONDSEY ARTISTS' GROUP EXHIBITION 16 AUGUST-3 SEPTEMBER 2017   //   THE GALLERY (CPG London) PREVIEW:  SUNDAY 13 AUGUST // 3 - 6PM EXHIBITION OPEN:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM-5PM CASPAR BELOW // CECILIA...

read more

Karen Guthrie at Acorn Bank

 Karen Guthrie is this year's National Trust New Art, Dorothy Una Ratcliffe Artist Fellow. She'll be in residence at Acorn Bank, near Penrith, until  31 July and visitors will be able to see the results of her residency at a scent-rich exhibtion at Acorn Bank from 10...

read more

In the shop

@artdotearth

@ccanw

RT @artdotearth Light exchange - artdotearth.org/?p=7966 Coming in 2018. Exploring light, capturing light, reflecting light. Experiment with ... @ccanw pic.twitter.com/nYFHMdqEBc

About 2 weeks ago from CCANW's Twitter via TweetDeck

Facebook