The World is Breathing Me

The World is Breathing Me

introduction to Artizein special edition on Art, Ecology and Education Jan van Boeckel, Guest Editor To me, one the most compelling expressions of art, ecology and education coming together happened when I attended a lecture, a decade or more ago, by Timo Jokela, a...
(Un)common worlds

(Un)common worlds

(Un)common worlds: Contesting the limits of human–animal communities The Finnish Society for Human-Animal Studies (YKES) is proud to organize the first international Human-Animal Studies conference held in Finland. Founded in 2004 as a network and established in 2009...
from Arran Stibbe

from Arran Stibbe

Dear all, I recently completed a fascinating piece of research for a global environmental charity.  They gave me permission to share it with you so long as I didn’t mention the name of the charity. I enjoyed this because it was putting ecolinguistics into practical...
BSA conference callout

BSA conference callout

BRITISH SOCIETY OF AESTHETICS ANNUAL CONFERENCE CALL FOR PAPERS The British Society of Aesthetics Annual Conference 21-23 September 2018, St Anne’s College, Oxford Deadline for submissions: 1 March 2018 CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Sally Haslanger (MIT) Carolyn...
Timber Festival callout

Timber Festival callout

Timber takes place at Feanedock, a 70 acre woodland site on the Leicestershire/Derbyshire border and part of the forest in the making at the heart of the National Forest, 6-8 July 2018. Festival address for all ticket holders is: Rawdon Road, Moira, Swadlincote, DE12...
Dark Matters – cfp

Dark Matters – cfp

Issue #6 Topic: WHAT DOES IT MEAN, TO HEAL? . “Healing is a labyrinth, not a restoration project.”   Eva Saulitis, Becoming Earth We are aware this is a big, vague and possibly impossible question. We are aware answers can be found in dictionaries. When we tried...
Odyssean: Topographies

Odyssean: Topographies

You are warmly invited to the opening preview of Odyssean: Topographies, featuring new artworks by Natasha Rosling, Alexander Stevenson, Alistair Grant and Simon Lee Dicker. Through sound, sculpture, food, film and digital animation, the exhibition questions...