Tidal Cultures

Tidal Cultures

Tidal Cultures is a wonderful collection of stories, links, essays, media programmes and more collected in a blog published Owain Jones (Bath Spa University). He says: I have always had, as far as I remember, an awareness of tides, and also a fascination from them, a...
Why the Moon, Luke?

Why the Moon, Luke?

Found on Tidal Cultures Why the Moon, Luke? Luke Jerram is that rare bird, a genuinely popular yet acclaimed contemporary artist. And he’s obsessed with the moon. So he’s made one: seven metres wide featuring 120dpi detailed NASA imagery, and he’s...
the sea cannot be depleted

the sea cannot be depleted

the sea cannot be depleted is a spoken word and sound piece about the Solway Firth about a sense of place that comes with living with that estuary and about what has been placed under the surface of the sea. It’s a wonderful new work by Wallace Heim, and...
Living in a Liquid Society

Living in a Liquid Society

Living in a Liquid Society The 5th International Conference of the Romanian Sociologists Society 14th  – 15th  September 2018, Timisoara, Romania West University of Timisoara, Romania Following the perspective of Zygmunt Bauman and Umberto Eco, we are currently living...
Gender and Nature

Gender and Nature

Call for applications LOVA workshop Gender and Nature Friday June 15, 2018, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. On June 15, LOVA (the Dutch Association for Gender Studies and Feminist Anthropology) is organising a workshop about the relationship between...
Soundcamp 2018

Soundcamp 2018

A HOLIDAY FOR YOUR EARS Soundcamp is a project of Soundart Radio 102.5fm Soundcamp is a series of outdoor listening events on International Dawn Chorus Day, linked by Reveil: a 24 hour broadcast that tracks the sounds of daybreak, travelling West from microphone to...
Accolades for the family

Accolades for the family

The Top 10 Most Pioneering Art/Sustainability Initiatives in the UK From Yasmine Ostendorf Back in the days when I was still working for Cape Farewell in London, the appetite for artistic engagement with climate change seemed to be everywhere, including in the big...
Ordinary Art Festival films

Ordinary Art Festival films

A couple of weeks ago we produced a seminar focusing on young people with learning disabilities and their routes to progression as they become adults. This was part of the remarkable Ordinary Art Festival, a weekend curated and produced entirely by this remarkable...
Dance in the Age of Forgetfulness

Dance in the Age of Forgetfulness

Conference from 18 – 20 April 2018 Royal Holloway, Egham Hill, Egham TW20 0EX Keynote speakers: Dr John Perpener Dr Prarthana Purkayastha Dr Efrosini Protopapa Full 3-day conference ticket: (Full Price) £140 / (SDR member/Student/Unwaged) £95 1-day conference...