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First Fridays happen (surprise!) on the first Friday of every month, except January. First Fridays is a gathering place for artists or anyone interested in the arts, an opportunity to
First Fridays happen (surprise!) on the first Friday of every month, except January. First Fridays 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 an informal presentation of work in progress by one or two artists who may be local or from far away.
You can check out details on our events listing on Facebook.
(Friday) 13:00 - 15:30
Garden Room Gallery, Dartington Space
Dartington Hall, Totnes Devon TQ9 6EN
Future Event Times in this Repeating Event Series
october 4, 2019 13:00 - october 4, 2019 15:30november 1, 2019 13:00 - november 1, 2019 15:30
Art-Science hothouse residency: Tasting the change Saturday November 9 to Thursday November 14 2019Application deadline midnight Sunday September 8In November 2019 CCANW and Science Walden will host an Art-Science
Art-Science hothouse residency: Tasting the change
Saturday November 9 to Thursday November 14 2019
Application deadline midnight Sunday September 8
In November 2019 CCANW and Science Walden will host an Art-Science hothouse residency, a week of experimentation and conversation about working across disciplines for a very small number of participants. The focus is on how we can respond intelligently to the challenges of the climate emergency through creative projects or practice. We are interpreting ‘Art-Science’ very loosely: ‘scientists’ in this context means anyone with a knowledge who is not an artist (and therefore may include philosophers, historians, mathematicians, etc.): we explore how knowledges are shared, exploited and enhanced through collaboration.
Immediately following the hothouse (Friday, November 15) we will host a public one-day symposium (‘Emergency Response Time’) with the hothouse teams and other invited presenters.
We are looking for established teams who wish to spend some concentrated time together. We will however also consider proposals from teams or couples who have not worked together given a strong enough rationale for the grouping. There are no national restrictions on the makeup of teams (but please bear in mind that we have a limited overall travel budget and we won’t necessarily be able to cover all costs if every team member). The primary language however is English.
Read the details at https://artdotearth.org/hothouse-coolhouse-residency/
Culture, community and climate: towards transpraxis We invite your ideas for inclusion in this book to be published in 2020 by the art.earth imprint (https://artdotearth.org/shop/bookshop/). The publication explores models of
Culture, community and climate: towards transpraxis
We invite your ideas for inclusion in this book to be published in 2020 by the art.earth imprint (https://artdotearth.org/shop/bookshop/). The publication explores models of cooperation and collaboration between artists and practitioners in other disciplines with an interest in the sciences and climate science in particular. Primarily we are seeking conversations: with individuals or with transdiscpinary teams.
Art-science collaboration is not new and there are excellent examples of practice. Transdisciplinarity is not well theorised however and while we are interested in exploring practical case studies we are seeking articles looking at the fundamental nature of transdisciplinarity and the fundamental often unsettling shifts it brings to working practices.
Beyond transdisciplinary collaborations we have an additional interest in transcultural approaches to practice. The Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (ccanw.org) is based in the UK and has been working since 2005 with artists and scientific disciplines; Science Walden (withbasics.org) is a multi-disciplinary engineering research centre within the Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (unist.ac.kr) in S. Korea.
Despite its modernity and view of itself as a thriving capitalist nation imbued with Western values, S. Korea is nevertheless still looks East and to its Confucian roots (particularly in terms of ethics and a family-centred social practice.
We are therefore particularly interested in conversations between artists, scientists and engineers from different countries whose work references or at least understands its societal roots.
September 13, 2019: Deadline for expressions of interest
January 2020: Proposed publication date
#tastingthechange Are you an artist working with someone from another discipline to explore the #climateemergency We are working with @ccanw to host a #hothouse residency @Dartington in November. Read more bit.ly/2ZcqZip Deadline Sept 8 insta:science_walden pic.twitter.com/oCuY…
#tastingthechange We are looking for collaborative teams for a week-long art-science residency @Dartington this November. Read more bit.ly/2ZcqZip Deadline Sept 8 insta:science_walden pic.twitter.com/U1FI…
#tastingthechange We are working with @ccanw to host a collaborative residency #hothouse exploring #climatechange and #environment from an interdisciplinary perspective. Now accepting applications from teams. Read more bit.ly/2ZcqZip Deadline Sept 8 insta:science_walden pic.twitter.com/Q8VT…
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