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Encountering the science, art and sacredness of soil A short course led by a wide array of eco-artists at Emerson College, Forest Row, Sussex March 14-17 2018 Public talk by Satish Kumar on March 16 ay 8pm  

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(Un)common worlds

(Un)common worlds: Contesting the limits of human–animal communities 7-9 August 2018 – Turku, Finland The Finnish Society for Human-Animal Studies (YKES) is proud to organize the first international Human-Animal Studies conference held in Finland. Humans and other...

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Green Tease: Adapting our Cities

Green Tease: Adapting our Cities from Creative Carbon Scotland Deadline: 19 December 2017 at 16:00 Join Creative Carbon Scotland and speakers for our final Green Tease of 2017 with vegan mince pies and discussion, connecting climate change adaptation and culture....

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Films for Our Future

Films for Our Future is a season of inspirational films and discussions hosted by sustainability and environmental groups from Cambridge and nearby villages. There will be opportunities for film goers to share their thoughts and feelings about the film afterwards, and...

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Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies

A new MA programme that might be of interest...     Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies Fresh thoughts about today’s greatest challenges Students in RISD’s Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies MA program develop scholarly expertise in the rapidly evolving field of...

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Feminist Storytelling

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Politics of the Machines: Art and After

Politics of the Machines: Art and After 15—17 May 2018. Aalborg University Copenhagen. The question of how the machine impacts and contextualizes artistic production and perception is the overall topic of this conference. It addresses the politics of machines and the...

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Materials and Materiality – cfp

Call for Papers and Presentations for TaPRA Postgraduate Symposium 2018 Materials and Materiality: How do they matter? 9 February 2018 Royal Central School of Speech and Drama Postgraduates and early career researchers are invited to contribute to the 2018 Theatre and...

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Embodied Research Working Group

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TEDeX – Social Sculpture

Shelley Sacks introduces the field of social sculpture and connective practice as an expanded understanding of art concerned with developing new imaginaries and the art of changing mindsets. This talk emphasises capacity building for transformation as a social...

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Reimagining the Cooperative

Call for Papers: Reimagining the Cooperative: An Interdisciplinary Conversation Please consider submitting a paper for the international workshop ‘Reimagining the cooperative: an interdisciplinary conversation’, held at the University of Cambridge on 20-21 June, 2018....

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Regions, Ruins and Regeneration

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LAGI Exhibition, Aberdeen

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James Aldridge – Blossom and Decay

David Risley Gallery Blossom and Decay James Aldridge November 10 – December 22, 2017 David Risley Gallery is proud to present the solo exhibition Blossom and Decay with new paintings by James Aldridge. If we compare James Aldridge’s work of quite a few years ago with...

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Critical Practice and Complexity

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Lilt, Twang, Tremor

Sarah Rose, Susannah Stark, Hanna Tuulikki Lilt, Twang, Tremor Sat 18 November 2017 — Sun 14 January 2018 CCA Glasgow For this exhibition, CCA invites three Scottish artists whose work examines the politics and production of voice. The human voice can mystify, calm,...

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Slow Violence

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(Un)common worlds

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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...

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Congress on Visual Culture

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Speculative Fictions @ ONCA

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Artists as Citizens

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Exchange Values on the Table

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