What does Culture have to do with climate change? Everything.
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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Marfa Dialogues: Art and Environmental Activism panel discussion, part of Cape Farewell’s Carbon13 exhibition at Ballroom Marfa, Texas. Photo: Lesley Brown.
Artist, film-maker, founder and international director of the Cape Farewell project
Theatre and dance dramaturg, teacher and a writer, Ruth also curates and produces our Sea Change programme
Programming Director of the Cape Farewell Foundation, driving our North American programme of activity
The launch of our first Lovelock Art Commission, a brand new installation by artist Marcus Coates
A visionary partnership between technology, science and culture for a sustainable future
Canada’s most respected scientist, Dr. David Suzuki stands accused of seditious libel. Devastating climate change calls ... ›
An exhibition of new work from Chris Drury and Kay Syrad as part of our Rural Residency Programme
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