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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Climate Change 2007: Synthesis Report – Summary for Policymakers, Amy Balkin, 2008 (still)
Cape Farewell voyager Gretel Ehrlich talks about her Arctic experiences at the New Writing Worlds Festival, Norwich on... ›
Cape Farewell film Art from the Arctic screened on the Sundance Channel (USA) in April 2007, as part of their series... ›
Cape Farewell are proud to announce our website has received an Official Honoree distinction at the 10th Annual Webby... ›
Cape Farewell are proud to announce that www.capefarewell.com has been selected as a winner in the international... ›
Cape Farewell are proud to announce TIME Magazine's 2007 Pictures of the Year features Nick Cobbing's photograph from... ›
Listen to the report In a Changing Arctic, Artists Seek to Inspire Change by Lynn Neary, broadcast to 13 million... ›
The Culture Show piece on Cape Farewell broadcast on BBC2 on 14 April 2005
Quentin Cooper, presenter of The Material World, joined Cape Farewell for the 2004 voyage
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An immersive installation by artist Michael Pinsky made up of five geodesic domes, emulating polluted environments aroun... ›
For the past two years we've been converting an old abandoned trout farm into a climate change "experimental station"
Nevada Museum of Art to hold the Cape Farewell archive as part of their unique Environmental Archive
Cape Farewell's Rural Artist in Residence Nessie Reid presents The Milking Parlour
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