Lotte Scott

art.earth featured member: Lotte Scott August 2020 Lotte Scott’s artwork explores place, time and material. For the last seven...

First Friday, August 7

After gentle persuasion from our First Friday regulars, we WILL host First Friday in August. Usually it's time to take a break...

art.earth conversations

We are trialling a new way for the art.earth community to open up a conversation, called Member Conversations. If it turns out...

Our latest book now for sale

Our latest publication, Culture, Community & Climate has arrived from the printer. If you have already pre-ordered we will...

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June 19, 2020
art.earth conversations

art.earth conversations

We are trialling a new way for the art.earth community to open up a conversation, called Member Conversations. If it ... Read More
August 1, 2020
Lotte Scott

Lotte Scott

art.earth featured member: Lotte Scott August 2020 Lotte Scott’s artwork explores place, time and material. For the last seven years ... Read More
August 7, 2020
Jobs at Dartington

Jobs at Dartington

from our friend Tracey Warr at Dartington:   Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (5 or 6 part-time posts) £17,658-£21,718 (FTE £35,316-£43,436 pro rata) ... Read More
August 7, 2020
First Friday, August 7

First Friday, August 7

After gentle persuasion from our First Friday regulars, we WILL host First Friday in August. Usually it's time to take ... Read More
November 1, 2021
Symposium: Borrowed Time

Symposium: Borrowed Time

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change April 3 UPDATE We’ve decided after much discussion to postpone Borrowed Time until ... Read More

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Open Field 2020 ECODATA

Open Field 2020 ECODATA

from our friends at RIXC APPLY NOW: Deadline extended for Open Fields 2020: ECODATA Online conference's special sessions – until ... Read More
New courses in eco-literacy

New courses in eco-literacy

Information about new courses from our friend Cathy Fitzgerald 'Creativity as an Act of Love: Cultivating the Mind of Beauty ... Read More
Tidelines

Tidelines

Tidelines is a community project for all residents on and around the Exe estuary and coastline to get involved by ... Read More
In The Testing Tank

In The Testing Tank

From our friend Hugh Nankivell and Trio of Men: We are a group of researchers who have spent the last ... Read More
Becoming (open radio call)

Becoming (open radio call)

from our friends at Singing Apple Press:   TOMORROW'S TRANSMISSIONS  @ SoundArt Radio BECOMING Six hour-long radio essays that weave poetry, ... Read More
In the Testing Tank

In the Testing Tank

from our friend Hugh Nankivell: After many years imagining a project about William Froude, Help Musicians came to our rescue ... Read More

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Climate Art (new website)

Climate Art (new website)

Climate Art is an interdisciplinary public art platform focused on climate change. Out participatory projects facilitate active cooperation between communities, ... Read More
54 senses: Sacred Geometries

54 senses: Sacred Geometries

from Mark Golding: We are familiar with our 5 senses, but these can be further described through an exploration of ... Read More
The Last Songs of Gaia

The Last Songs of Gaia

Interesting piece from sound artist Verity Sharp about her underwater recordings. She talks about what we can learn about marine ... Read More
art.earth conversations

art.earth conversations

We are trialling a new way for the art.earth community to open up a conversation, called Member Conversations. If it ... Read More
Evolving the Forest publication (2020)

Evolving the Forest publication (202...

Over three days in June 2019 we held an international gathering at Dartington Hall, a coming together of artists, scientists, ... Read More
Tidelines

Tidelines

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Wetland art commission

Wetland art commission

Platform in association with 7 Lochs Wetland Parkland and Friends of Glasgow's Local Nature Reserve are seeking to invite artist(s) ... Read More
Jobs at Dartington

Jobs at Dartington

from our friend Tracey Warr at Dartington:   Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (5 or 6 part-time posts) £17,658-£21,718 (FTE £35,316-£43,436 pro rata) ... Read More
Open Field 2020 ECODATA

Open Field 2020 ECODATA

from our friends at RIXC APPLY NOW: Deadline extended for Open Fields 2020: ECODATA Online conference's special sessions – until ... Read More
Moths to a Flame @ COP26 - callout

Moths to a Flame @ COP26 – cal...

The Art and Energy Collective present 'Moths to a Flame' for COP 26 and you can get involved!
You may ... Read More
FOUR (plus one) ELEMENTS residency

FOUR (plus one) ELEMENTS residency

Residency | 26 September - 18 October 2020 ΚΟΙΝΩΝΩ Tinos Art Gathering borrows the four elements (earth, water, air, fire) ... Read More
Dorset Artists Emergency Fund

Dorset Artists Emergency Fund

from our friends at B-SIDE  Application information Who can apply? Freelance creatives living and working in Dorset (this includes Bournemouth, Christchurch ... Read More

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Lotte Scott

Lotte Scott

art.earth featured member: Lotte Scott August 2020 Lotte Scott’s artwork explores place, time and material. For the last seven years ... Read More
Caroline Hyde-Brown

Caroline Hyde-Brown

My embroidery is a creative response to the transient nature of the places we work and live in. I create ... Read More
Myka Baum

Myka Baum

Each month one of our Directors chooses an art.earth member to become ‘Artist of the Month’. What follows is a ... Read More

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IMMINENT - new zine

IMMINENT – new zine

from Jo Dacombe: I am delighted to announce the launch of Imminent, a new zine publication that I have produced, ... Read More
art.earth conversations

art.earth conversations

We are trialling a new way for the art.earth community to open up a conversation, called Member Conversations. If it ... Read More
In The Testing Tank

In The Testing Tank

From our friend Hugh Nankivell and Trio of Men: We are a group of researchers who have spent the last ... Read More

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July 3, 2020
First Friday, July 3 All Change? (video)

First Friday, July 3 All Change? (v...

Join us for the summer gathering of First Friday on July 3. This month is a little different We will ... Read More
June 5, 2020
First Friday June 5

First Friday June 5

RECIPESand ARTWORK now PUBLISHED. We will be holding a virtual gathering for First Friday on June 5 ... Read More
May 1, 2020
First Friday May 1

First Friday May 1

RECIPESand ARTWORK now PUBLISHED. We will be holding a virtual gathering for First Friday on May 1 ... Read More

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The Last Songs of Gaia

The Last Songs of Gaia

Interesting piece from sound artist Verity Sharp about her underwater recordings. She talks about what we can learn about marine ... Read More
IMMINENT - new zine

IMMINENT – new zine

from Jo Dacombe: I am delighted to announce the launch of Imminent, a new zine publication that I have produced, ... Read More
Whatever next? from Triarchy Press authors

Whatever next? from Triarchy Press a...

from our friends at Triarchy Press   Last month I asked our authors for their thoughts, hopes, suggestions, fears, proposals about ... Read More
William Arnold: Suburban Herbarium

William Arnold: Suburban Herbarium

From Uniform Books: “…the ordinary made stupendous”This collection of plant portraits is not bounded by an ecologist’s quadrat, but by ... Read More
Pandemic stimulus measures must safeguard nature

Pandemic stimulus measures must safe...

sent to us by Emma Louvelle: IPBES Expert Guest Article by Professors Josef Settele, Sandra Díaz and Eduardo Brondizio[1] and ... Read More
Quarantine Connection (blog)

Quarantine Connection (blog)

from our friend Mark Goldthorpe at Climate Connections: ClimateCultures editor Mark Goldthorpe introduces a new feature — with thanks to ... Read More
The Ecological Vision That Will Save Us

The Ecological Vision That Will Save...

from our friends at Nautil.us The Ecological Vision That Will Save Us To avoid the next pandemic, we need a ... Read More
One Planet, Many Names

One Planet, Many Names

originally sent to us by our friend Chris Fremantle at ecoartscotland One Planet, Many Names by Jordan Engel “How inappropriate ... Read More
What the virus said

What the virus said

from Lundi Matin, an article by Paru Dans What the virus said You’d do well, dear humans, to stop your ... Read More

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