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 What is ADRIFT on 5 Oct 6.30pm at Rich Mix
Don't miss Carbon 12, an exciting mix of art commissions encompassing biodiversity, atmospherics and oceanography —... ›
Cape Farewell joins the Lates at the Science Museum. Join us on Wednesday 26 September, from 6.45-10pm, for a night of... ›
Solo exhibition by Anne Bevan
David Buckland speaks on 20 September about climate and culture at the University of East Anglia.
Shetland/Orkney sculptor John Cumming and Shetland furniture maker Cecil Tait collaborate on Ditty Boxes
See Cape Farewell's Climate Poet in residence Tom Chivers on 24 & 25 August at The Walbrook Building, London EC4.
Exhibition by Shona Illingworth at Taigh Chearsabhagh, North Uist, showing throughout August 2012. Part of Cape... ›
Bird Yarns comes to Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, 26-27 September 2012. Followed by a showing at the Luminate Festival
A project by Glasgow artist Stephen Hurrel, in collaboration with Barra fishermen
Footage from the sea makes it onto a 360 degree screen as part of the Cultural Olympia from 26 July to 9 September.
City poet Tom Chivers carries out a personal interrogation of climate through poetry.
Please add to the work 'A People's Archive of Sinking and Melting' by Amy Balkin.
Celebrity chef Oliver Rowe cooks local produce in a pop-up café on Tobermory Beach this summer
Jonathan Dove presents his new church opera at the Salisbury International Arts Festival.
Tim Sutton’s Unplugged, Winning the Clay has been shortlisted for an RPS Award
Rody Gorman presents Na Fir Chlis (Aurora Borealis): Port nan Ròn,
David Buckland's feature article 'Climate is Culture' has been published in the March issue of Nature Climate Change.
Russian novelist Marina Moskvina has just published her book on the 2010 Arctic Expedition with Cape Farewell.... ›
An exhibition of 20 emerging artists and designers who have participated in Cape Farewell's SHORTCOURSE / UK; a 3-day... ›
Our exquisite exhibition U-n-f-o-l-d is back in the UK and opens on 8 March at John Moores University
On 15 March, together with TckTckTck and the UK Youth Climate Coalition, Cape Farewell invites you to a ‘Reality of... ›
HEVVA! HEVVA! presents artwork by students of University College Falmouth who have participated in Cape Farewell's... ›
Michèle Noach presents the outcome of her Slow Art Research Project with a new exhibition and book at the Eden... ›
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Michael Pinsky's Pollution Pods
European Tour, Autumn 2018
Geneva & Bremerhaven
Managed by Cape Farewell, Michael P... ›
A four-year programme of research and making across Scotland’s western and northern isles
Introducing our new poet-in-residence Zia Ahmed, alongside performance poet Sabrina Mahfouz
Michael Pinsky’s Pollution Pods recreate the pollution from London, Beijing, São Paulo, New Delhi and Tautra in Norway
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