What does Culture have to do with climate change? Everything.
What we're doing around the world
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)
Join us for Campfire Club at Phytology, Sat 17 May.
Rhyme and Reason a big success!
Sabrina Mahfouz, Cape Farewell’s Climate Poet-in-Residence for 2013/14, headlined... ›
David Buckland announced as a key speaker at the upcoming Oxford Climate Forum 2014. The leading student-run... ›
Rhyme and Reason by Sabrina Mahfouz and London School of Economics
Get familiar with Cape Farewell's latest news with Cynthia Hopkins, Sabrina Mahfouz, the Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay, and... ›
Rural Artists Residency Programme events during Climate Week 2014.
This autumn Cape Farewell was part of the Marfa Dialogues in New York. Listen to the podcast.
The Rural Residency programme has kicked off. Land artist Chris Drury as been invited to start his research in Dorset... ›
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Cape Farewell's 2013 expedition sailed from Orkney to Shetland via Fair Isle with 27 artists and scientists.
The Cape Farewell Foundation in Canada announced details today of a unique, visionary and powerful four-month cultural... ›
Check out our short film to present our school poetry workshops and Green Poetry Competition.
Watch on the Canadian TV channel tvo The Agenda with Steve Paikin: David Buckland: Culture and Climate Change; an... ›
Cape Farewell rejoins the Lates with Mastercard at the Science Museum. Join us on Wednesday 24 April, from 6.45-10pm,... ›
The exhibition 'Our Time in Ice is still on until 31 May 2013 in Brighton, accompanied by a talk by Michèle Noach,... ›
'The Arctic Poppy Chronicles' by Michèle Noach are to be seen at the Botanical Garden Oxford
Cynthia Hopkins musical perfromance, 'This Clement World', is showing in New York, Feb 2013.
Tom Chivers, SWITCH walk through London.
Cape Farewell’s Sea Change programme celebrates GalGael with Bird Yarns, Mary Jane Lamond, Wendy MacIsaac, Jo Mango,... ›
The concept of expeditons is considered by academics and artists.
Watch an ebbing installation of hundreds of garden gnomes map the Arctic at Eden this winter.
SHORTCOURSE / UK is a series of short, rural and urban expeditions that brings emerging art and design students... ›
A multi-format film project by David Harradine / Fevered Sleep
A multi-site urban screens project featuring works by James Balog, Heather O’Neill, and Shad.
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Working the Map
Beautiful artists' book by John Cumming: Working the Map – islanders and a changing environment
Cape Farewell's cultural response to the Covid 19 crisis
Siren Poets, supported by Arts Council England, i... ›
New research on island fishermens’ relationship to the sea suggests cultural roots to the ‘Sound Of Barra’ dispute, in t... ›
Michael Pinsky’s Pollution Pods recreate the pollution from London, Beijing, São Paulo, New Delhi and Tautra in Norway
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