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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.
Cape Farewell's David Buckland speaks at Brown Universities Polar Opposites symposium
Michael Pinsky’s Pollution Pods recreate the pollution from London, Beijing, São Paulo, New Delhi and Tautra in Norway
Context and Form - Art and Writing: a five-day intensive, part of art.earth’s compelling programme of short courses
David Buckland gives a lunchtime presentation on contemporary artists’ response to environmental responsibility and... ›
David Buckland presents a lecture on the 18 years of Cape Farewell’s work with international artists who have... ›
Artworks from the Cape Farewell archive to be exhibited at the Nevada Museum of Art: Centre for Art + Environment in... ›
New research on island fishermens’ relationship to the sea suggests cultural roots to the ‘Sound Of Barra’ dispute, in t... ›
Four months of cultural engagement with one of the most pressing issues of our time
Written by Ian McEwan. "So, we have come to this ship in a frozen fjord to think about the ways we might communicate our... ›
Introducing the second of our Lovelock Art Commissions, artist Tania Kovats
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