Foundations (17 August)

Foundations (17 August)

FOUNDATIONS Wednesday 17th August 2016 10.30am-6.30pm £10 (£8.50 for concessions) Milton Keynes Arts Centre, MK14 5DZ Please bring a packed lunch and we will picnic. FOUNDATIONS is a laboratory for site-responsive artists to develop performance concepts, techniques...
Regenerative Art (short course)

Regenerative Art (short course)

[image: LAGI proposal from Melissa Elliott and Elizabeth Bailey] Regenerative Art: the aesthetics of renewable energy in public spaces November 11-13, 2016 Course Leaders: Elizabeth Monoian and Robert Ferry (Land Art Generator Initiative) Facilitator: Dr. Richard...
Sue Deakin and Kari Furre

Sue Deakin and Kari Furre

intimate sculpture, fish skin bowls, prints and drawings August 3 – October 15 2016 Closing Reception: Friday October 14, 17.00-19.00 in the Garden Room Gallery Dartington Space, Dartington Hall, Totnes TQ9 6EL Hours: Monday to Friday, 09.00 to 17.00 Additional hours...
Mapping sustainability

Mapping sustainability

a repost from eco/arts/scot/land and Creative Carbon Scotland   What Lies Beneath: Mapping Sustainability & the Arts with Dr Larissa Pschetz Edinburgh Date: Monday 25th July, 6 – 8pm Venue: Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny St, Edinburgh EH6 8RG Find out more and...
SW Poetry Tour 1-7 August

SW Poetry Tour 1-7 August

The South West Poetry Tour (1st – 7th Aug 2016) The South West Poetry Tour, curated by Camilla Nelson (Singing Apple Press) and SJ Fowler (The Enemies Project), runs through Cornwall, Devon and Somerset from 1st-7th August 2016. Over the course of 5 evenings 70...
Drawing Energy

Drawing Energy

(reposted from power-culture.com) Drawing Energy describes a drawing-based research project undertaken by the Royal College of Art as part of SusLabNWE (2012-15). The project explored people’s perceptions of energy, by asking them to write, draw or illustrate their...
Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology

Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology

from Rebecca Partridge… Contemporary art is no stranger to environmental issues, though the question of how artists engage in our ever more pressing crisis of nature is undergoing a fundamental shift. In the wake of the ‘anthropocene’—or ‘the age of man’—a new...