Season for Change – artist callout

ARTIST CALLOUT In addition to all the events across the country in 2018 we are expecting to commission an inspiring national project which will happen on a single day in autumn 2018. We are looking for a creative, playful idea that will stimulate conversations about...

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The Stories we live by

The stories we live by - an online ecolinguistics course WELCOME: Welcome to The Stories We Live By, an online course in ecolinguistics funded by the University of Gloucestershire for public benefit. FREE: Everything in the course is free, including accessing the...

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Third House – exhibition

Hermione Spriggs, Heini Nieminen & Laura Cooper: Third House 07 – 30.7.2017 Opening Thur 6.7. 6-8pm, welcome! Third House is a triangulation of works by Spriggs (UK), Nieminen (FI) & Cooper (UK/US), three female artists who met in the Orkhon Valley of...

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Menuhin’s Violin

Coming in late July to the Garden Room Gallery is Menuhin's Violin a special installation, part of the Dartington International Summer School + Festival 29 July to 25 August see event listing About Menuhin's Violin “Music, amongst all the great arts, is the language...

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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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What’s the point of rivers anyway?

Reading on Thames Festival What’s the point of Rivers, anyway? a project by Amy Sharrocks  Events and talks on rivers, people and modern city life What’s the point of Rivers, anyway? Curated by Amy Sharrocks and Reading University in collaboration with The Museum of...

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The Long View at Grizedale

The Long View exhibition at Grizedale After two years of walking to the trees in all seasons, all weathers, night and day, it was inevitable that it would take a while to condense all the material to fit into a relatively small, but beautiful space. And take a while...

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update from somewhere-nowhere

It has been a while since our last mailout - sorry: a reflection of just how busy we have been. We've been up to a lot of things (trees, farmers, meadows, articles, journals and more) but for this newsletter we decided just to share the big and most current news: and...

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Submit to Ecological Citizen

We are inviting artists to submit artworks to the second issue of The Ecological Citizen. This is a new online journal that is striving to address the central issue of our time: how to halt and reverse our current ecocidal course and create an ecological civilization....

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Microclimate – a banquet

MICROCLIMATE A multi sensory tasting banquet by artist Gayle Chong Kwan Sunday 23 July, 7 - 9PM The Walled Garden @NormanbyHall Normanby, Scunthorpe, DN15 9HU Join Gayle Chong Kwan for a unique, sensory dining experience in the beautiful walled gardens at Normanby...

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Facing Death Creatively

Facing Death Creatively Resilience, Resistance, Reflection and Revolution Friday 13th October 2017  Time 9.30am-6.30pm Registration from 9.00am The Arts team at St Christopher’s Hospice are mounting their second conference ‘Facing Death Creatively’ to explore how the...

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Garden Room Gallery EXTENDED

We've extended the deadline for proposal to the Garden Room Gallery for next season (September 2017 to July 2018). We are selecting our next season of exhibitions for this small gallery on the Dartington estate in South Devon (UK). The extended deadline for proposals...

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Ville de Coaticook AIR

Artist in residence program Ville de Coaticook (Québec) DEADLINE : Friday 22nd september 2017 Free access to an appartment and studio for three to six months. The City of Coaticook, traditionally called "the Pearl of the Eastern Townships", invites professional...

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Kjerringøy Biennale – OPEN CALL

Open Call: Kjerringøy Land Art Biennale 2018 The 6th Interdisciplinary, Site-Specific, Land Art Biennale at Kjerringøy in Northern Norway Time of the Biennale: 03.08 - 12.08 2018 Application deadline for proposals is the 20th of August 2017 Artists working in any...

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Creative Climate Leadership

Apply now for Creative Climate Leadership Creative Climate Leadership is an international training and professional development course for  cultural professionals and artists. We are inviting applicants from professionals who work within or with the creative and...

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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 alien civilization 4.22 light years away on Proxima b, our closest...

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Society for Dance Research Call for Conference Contributions Dance in the Age of Forgetfulness 18-20 April 2018 Royal Holloway, University of London What does dance bring to the current historical moment, rife with all its crises? Current political crises are...

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Low Carbon Futures

Low Carbon Futures: what have the arts and humanities got to do with it? By Chrisfremantle How many lawyers does it take to make Scotland low carbon? How many artists? You might think it doesn’t matter – it’s the scientists, engineers and politicians who will make the...

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Exhibition: Jan O’Highway

VANITAS an exhibition by Jan O'Highway Garden Room Gallery, June 1 to 13. Emerging from darkness… reminiscent of a 17th century Vanitas still life, the strong chiaroscuro of these images emphasizes the underlying structures of plants in all their forms – seed to leaf...

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Digital Ecologies & the Anthropocene

Call for Practice – Screenworks special issue: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene This special issue of Screenworks, the online publication of practice-research in film and screen media, invites all practice researchers with an interest in Digital Ecologies and...

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Science Inspires Art: OCEAN

Science Inspires Art: OCEAN 19th international, art-sci juried exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations to be held at the New York Hall of Science September 16, 2017 - February 25, 2018 CO-JURORS: Diana Moore is Curator, Marie L. Matthews Gallery at...

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Science Inspires Art: OCEAN

OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES International Competition Science Inspires Art: OCEAN Annual Art-Sci Juried Exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations at the New York Hall of Science Sept.16, 2017 - Feb. 25, 2018 Art-Juror: Diana Moore, Curator D&R Greenway...

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Climate Change Theatre Action 2017

CALL FOR COLLABORATORS Join Climate Change Theatre Action 2017! Host an Event in Your Community! Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) is a worldwide series of readings and performances of short climate change plays presented in support of the United Nations COP23...

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Radical Reciprocity: earthBODYment Artivism

Radical Reciprocity: Wildly Expressive earthBODYment Artivism Join Bronwyn Preece for a weekend radical earthBODYment intensive on Lasqueti Island, BC, Canada -- arriving Friday, August 18 and leaving Sunday, August 20 late afternoon. $250 (Canadian) includes...

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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 projects, workshop dates and showcasing new works as part of Ilfracombe Art...

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Land Listening: Garden as Studio

You are warmly invited to Land Listening; Garden as Studio, August 18-20, Ponderosa Movement and Discovery, Stolzenhagen Germany. The weekend is part one of a series of four weekends exploring different aspects of performance and ecology. Any ONE Weekend: 115 € Any...

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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 image that...

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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 Hariri for a...

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Movement workshops with Sandra Reeve

Four forthcoming movement workshops with Sandra Reeve: a chance to explore environmental, autobiographical and ecological movement. Trees and Water: an introduction to Environmental Movement Dates: 29th - 30th April, 2017  ~  Location: West Dorset Working with wind,...

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Rauschenberg’s place of magic

RAUSCHENBERG AND CAPTIVA In the fall of 1960, Rauschenberg retreated from his New York City studio to Treasure Island, a small fishing village off the west coast of Florida, to complete his series of Dante Drawings (1958-1960) that illustrate the thirty-four cantos of...

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Postnaturalia

Postnaturalia Krištof Kintera 19 Mar — 30 Jul 2017 at Collezione Maramotti in Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy   Postnaturalia is a complex sculptural installation made by Krištof Kintera, with the collaboration of Richard Wiesner and Rastislav Juhás, for Collezione...

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