John Moores Painting Prize

John Moores Painting Prize First prize £25,000 + a 3 month fellowship at Liverpool John Moores University ​+ a solo display show at the Walker Art Gallery The UK’s longest-established painting prize is open for entries from UK-based artists working with paint. Founded in 1957, John Moores Painting Prize 2018 will mark the sixtieth anniversary of […]

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Anna Chrystal Stephens

Each month one of our Directors chooses an art.earth member to become 'Artist of the Month'. What follows is a conversation with that artist, together with some examples of his or her...

Liquidscapes – cfp

art.earth and our academic partners Schumacher College and the Sustainable Earth Institute (Plymouth University) invite proposals to an international forum: Liquidscapes: tales and...

Context & Form, Art & Writing

Monday 7 May to Friday 11 May 2018 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...

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 landmark collaboration between London’s National Theatre and South African Handspring Puppet Company celebrates its tenth anniversary and starts its second UK national tour at […]

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art-earth talk: Chris Drury

Chris Drury - Wandering: earth, art and context May 9, 2018 19.30 - 21.00 • Studio 3, Dartington Space, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EL Chris will talk about his diverse practice over 40 years,...

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...

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 communities to debate and enhance the role of heritage, culture, landscape and art in place-making. As a team, you will be channelling the learning from […]

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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 Diana Damian Martin. We invite experiments in writing that are in dialogue with art, performance and everyday life, to be presented in two (overlapping) ways: as chapters […]

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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 network. Sheffield, 6-8 September 2017. All abstracts due March 15 all exhibition proposals by March 31st – please email to asleuki.land.2017@gmail.com Co-organised by critical/creative scholars from Sheffield Hallam […]

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New members

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

Gabi Gershuny on Feeding the Insatiable

Gabi Gershuny has written a piece about Feeding the Insatiable which took place early last month. More than a simple review, it's an interesting piece that picks up on the essential ideas from the...

Green Energy Awards 2016

Renewable Futures and Green Energy Awards 2016 Last night (29 November), the south west’s green energy industry gathered at a glittering awards’ ceremony in Bath to celebrate the companies, projects and individuals at the forefront of the region’s growing renewable energy industry. More than 100 companies entered the thirteenth annual South West Green Energy Awards, […]

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Nick Reeves Award 2016

http://www.ciwem.org/nickreevesaward The Nick Reeves Award for Arts and the Environment celebrates an artwork or arts project by a living UK born or based artist (or group) that has contributed innovatively to CIWEM’s vision of “putting creativity at the heart of environmental policy and action”. This high-profile award recognises excellence in work by arts practitioners, or […]

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First Fridays

We run a series of informal bring-food-or-drink-to-share networking lunches, usually on the first Friday of each month, and often followed by an artist talk. Check the calendar for more information....

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First Friday November 3

Andrew Stacey: Blockages and stuckages November's First Friday guest is Andrew Stacey, who is nationally known for his murals and community artworks, particularly the large scale city gate murals in Exeter.More recently he has co-created collaborative artworks in...

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Exhibition: Grundon & Fletcher

Tessa Grundon & Hannah Fletcher October 3 to November 28 2017 Closing Reception/Meet the Artist Friday November 24, 18.00-19.30 An exhibition about trees and topographies Tessa Grundon Tessa Grundon grew up in the Middle East, UK and the United...

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Liquidscapes – cfp

art.earth and our academic partners Schumacher College and the Sustainable Earth Institute (Plymouth University) invite proposals to an international forum: Liquidscapes: tales and tellings of watery worlds and fluid states. A three-day event bringing...

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Context & Form, Art & Writing

Monday 7 May to Friday 11 May 2018 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 new...

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art-earth talk: Chris Drury

Chris Drury - Wandering: earth, art and context May 9, 2018 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,...

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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...

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Nomadic and Dialogic: Art & Ecofeminism

Nomadic and Dialogic: Art & Ecofeminism Friday 20 October: 4:00pm - 7:00pm Murray Edwards College, New Hall Collection, Huntingdon Road, CB3 0DF The round table chaired by Director Eliza Gluckman, with artist Elena Cologni, author Susan Buckingham and curator Anna...

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Dance and the Maternal

Dance and the Maternal Saturday, October 21st 2017 Queen's University Belfast The embodied nature of dance provides a particularly rich site of investigation into questions of maternal corporeality. This one-day workshop seminar will bring together a group of dance...

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Doodle Dance Show

Dance in Devon is delighted to bring The Doodle Dance Show to Exeter and Paignton this November. Please find attached our press release for immediate release and a quick overview below. The Doodle Dance Show is an interactive show that will get the whole family...

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Hidden Door Festival callout

2018 Call for Proposals Non-profit multi-arts festival Hidden Door will return to Edinburgh from 25 May – 3 June 2018, and we’re now inviting people to come forward with proposals. We are inviting proposals and submissions in the following areas: Visual Art – deadline 23 October, see below for details Theatre – deadline 10 November, […]

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Dundee Women’s Festival 2018

Dundee Women’s Festival call for proposals Deadline: 03 November 2017 at 12:00 We are seeking proposals for events during Dundee Women’s Festival: 4th – 17th March 2018 Dundee Women’s Festival is: Events, activities, debate, talks, arts and therapies providing opportunities to celebrate women’s culture, women’s stories, women’s wisdom, women’s identities and women’s lives. Dundee Women’s […]

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The Young Walter Scott Prize

The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction Deadline: 31 October 2017 at 17:00 The Young Walter Scott Prize is the UK’s only creative writing prize dedicated to historical fiction, open to writers aged 11 to 19, offering a travel grant and publication to the winners. If you are aged between 11 and 19, and have […]

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Anna Chrystal Stephens

Each month one of our Directors chooses an art.earth member to become 'Artist of the Month'. What follows is a conversation with that artist, together with some examples of his or her work. October 2017 Anna Chrystal Stephens www.annachrystal.com This...

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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...

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somewhere-nowhere update

Moments of Reflection Changing pace The days are shortening and we're slowing down a little, but still have plenty to celebrate and look forward to. This month kicked off with the launch of Voices From the Land in Yorkshire, and will continue with talks and walks,...

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Joy in Enough

Joy in Enough: the big workshop Imagine an economy which is good news for the Earth and all its people. We can. Join us for a day building a faith-led movement for a truly sustainable economy. Saturday November 18 11.00-16.30 Victoria Hall, Sheffield, Sa...

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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...

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Marlene Creates – new book

A major book that covers almost 40 years of my work has just been published — Marlene Creates: Places, Paths, and Pauses.  There is also a French edition — Marlene Creates: Lieux, sentiers et pauses. It includes essays by the independent curator Susan Gibson Garvey,...

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Landscape in the Longue Durée

UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access book that may be of interest to list subscribers: Landscape in the Longue Durée by Christopher Tilley. Download it free from: https://goo.gl/JjByqy ********************************* Landscape in the Longue...

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Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet

Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene Edited by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Nils Bubandt, Elaine Gan, & Heather Anne Swanson 20% discount with this code: CSL17ALDP** Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet exposes us to the active...

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The Hail Glow

THE HAIL GLOW Jim Carter and Jamie Mills 23rd October 2017 - 4th November 2017 Private View: Friday 27th October 2017, 5.00pm-8.00pm Circa 21, 21 Market Jew Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2HR The Hail Glow is a multimedia exhibition concerned with relationships...

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Exhibition: Grundon & Fletcher

Tessa Grundon & Hannah Fletcher October 3 to November 28 2017 Closing Reception/Meet the Artist Friday November 24, 18.00-19.30 An exhibition about trees and topographies Tessa Grundon Tessa Grundon grew up in the Middle East, UK and the United...

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Nonhuman Networks

Nonhuman Networks Heather Barnett | Saša Spačal, Mirjan Švagelj & Anil Podgornik Opening: 29 September, 2017 8PM Artist Talk with Heather Barnett and Saša Spačal: 30 September 2017 3pm Interdisciplinary Conference. Nonhuman Agents in Art, Culture and Theory: 24-26...

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Resilient local food systems

You are warmly invited to the new Creative Exchange exhibition Resilient local food systems in the Tamar Valley on Monday 25th September from 5:30 to 6:30 pm in The Creative Space in the Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) at the University of Exeter Penryn...

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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...

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