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Cape Farewell's Uummannaq Day at Southbank Centre, London, January 2009. Photo: Nathan Gallagher.
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Introducing the first of our Lovelock Art Commissions, artist Marcus Coates
Hear from Inuit teen Doriana who joined us on our first Youth Expedition in 2007, as she explains the differences she's ... ›
Cape Farewell's Rural Artist in Residence Nessie Reid, presents 'The Milking Parlour'
Four months of cultural engagement with one of the most pressing issues of our time
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