First Fridays

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. You don’t need to let us know if you’re coming, although...
MA/MFA Arts & Ecology

MA/MFA Arts & Ecology

Schumacher College has validated a new programme in Arts & Ecology, including a Master of Arts and a Master of Fine Arts. The awards are validated by Plymouth University. The launch date is to be announced, but please contact Richard Povall if you’d like...
First Friday, May 5

First Friday, May 5

In this month’s First Friday, sound artists Tony Whitehead and Sarah Grey will be talking about their work in the landscape. Tony will be speaking, amongst other things, about his ‘Other Voices’ project, which has been as series of walks at varying...

Registration is now open for this free event @ http://themagiculum.eventbrite.com The Magiculum: A symposium on performance magic, enchantment and mystery. Saturday, 10th June 2017 in The Sir Patrick Stewart Building at The University of Huddersfield. Hosted by...
The Political Beekeeper’s Library

The Political Beekeeper’s Library

from Erik Sjöden THE POLITICAL BEEKEEPER’S LIBRARY: NEW BOOK AND WEBSITE Book release and presentation at Konstfrämjandet in Stockholm April 27th 2017 at 18:00 – 19:30 Exhibition April 28th to May 28th 2017. Free admission. The Political Beekeeper’s...
Sound, Movement, Mark and Language

Sound, Movement, Mark and Language

Exploring Sound, Movement, Mark and language making in the landscape May 16, Bath Radical Landscapes offers a chance to explore sound, movement, mark- and language-making exercises in the landscape with a view to developing work, or simply to extend your existing...
Exhibition of light

Exhibition of light

New and recent work by William Arnold, Myka Baum and Melanie King in an exhibition titled ‘O’. The exhibition runs in the Garden Room Gallery until May 9 The theme of the circle is depicted in William Arnold’s Tin-can Firmaments through the circular shaped...
How do you build sacred space?

How do you build sacred space?

To design the Bahá’í Temple of South America, architect Siamak Hariri focused on illumination — from the temple’s form, which captures the movement of the sun throughout the day, to the iridescent, luminous stone and glass used to construct it. Join...