Marlene Creates – new book

Marlene Creates – new book

A major book that covers almost 40 years of my work has just been published — Marlene Creates: Places, Paths, and Pauses.  There is also a French edition — Marlene Creates: Lieux, sentiers et pauses. It includes essays by the independent curator Susan Gibson Garvey,...
Landscape in the Longue Durée

Landscape in the Longue Durée

UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access book that may be of interest to list subscribers: Landscape in the Longue Durée by Christopher Tilley. Download it free from: https://goo.gl/JjByqy ********************************* Landscape in the Longue...
somewhere-nowhere update

somewhere-nowhere update

Moments of Reflection Changing pace The days are shortening and we’re slowing down a little, but still have plenty to celebrate and look forward to. This month kicked off with the launch of Voices From the Land in Yorkshire, and will continue with talks and...
First Friday November 3

First Friday November 3

Andrew Stacey: Blockages and stuckages First Fridays take place on the first Friday of every month, except January. First Friday is a gathering place for artists or anyone interested in the arts, an opportunity to share food and talk. Each month, after lunch, there is...
Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet

Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet

Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene Edited by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Nils Bubandt, Elaine Gan, & Heather Anne Swanson 20% discount with this code: CSL17ALDP** Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet exposes us to the active...
Anna Chrystal Stephens

Anna Chrystal Stephens

Each month one of our Directors chooses an art.earth member to become ‘Artist of the Month’. What follows is a conversation with that artist, together with some examples of his or her work. October 2017 Anna Chrystal Stephens www.annachrystal.com This...
EXPRESSION callout

EXPRESSION callout

Dear colleagues and friends, What myths and what memories are revealing early monuments? What are the stories behind a painted caves in Dordogne, a megalithic monuments in Ireland, Gobleky Tepe pre-ceramic ceremonial center in Anatolia, the Paleolithic shrine at Har...
Eden is Broken…

Eden is Broken…

“EDEN IS BROKEN”: A CARIBBEAN LEADER CALLS FOR ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE A report by Natalia Meade for the New Yorker. At eleven o’clock on Saturday morning, long after Donald Trump, other world leaders, and the hundreds of journalists who cover their every word...
Tessa Grundon & Hannah Fletcher

Tessa Grundon & Hannah Fletcher

Tessa Grundon & Hannah Fletcher October 3 to November 25 2017 Closing Reception/Meet the Artist Friday November 24, 18.00-19.30 An exhibition about trees and topographies Tessa Grundon Tessa Grundon grew up in the Middle East, UK and the United States.  She now...
Movementers: keeping the rivers alive

Movementers: keeping the rivers alive

Movementers: keeping the rivers alive by Shai Zakai As I considered the question “what are our moral and civic responsibilities to water?” I went outside, stood by my favorite tree, faced the dry stream below, and thought about the urgency of keeping the movements and...