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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)
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... ›
Acclaimed author and Cape Farwell voyagers Nick Drake, launches his new collection of poetry, The Farewell Glacier.... ›
Things Unspoken presents new work by Edinburgh-based artists Anne Bevan and Andrea Roe
Indian environmental artist Atul Bhalla takes up a residency at Taigh Chearsabhagh this May, developing and presenting... ›
Cape Farewell North America makes its public debut on 10 Nov in Toronto
Cape Farewell launches it's North American programme
A surrogate art school of sorts, hosting a series of unconventional, rural and urban expeditions, including a series... ›
Follow the exciting series of lectures and events around U-n-f-o-l-d at SJDC / Parsons University New York live or via... ›
An exciting programme of feature films, documentaries and rare archive material around the Arctic
Can ecocide be considered a crime against peace? Follow the UK Supreme Court's mock trial on 30 Sept.
On Thursday, 22 October 2012, Siôn Parkinson will speak at the event Urban Sustainability: The issues "beyond... ›
Last chance to see: The digital exhibition High Arctic by UVA at the NMM until 8 Jan 2012.
BBC 4 Front Row: Kirsty Lang reports on a major new extension for the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich and its'... ›
Sunday 17 July, 12:45-1:45pm. David Buckland and poet/writer Nick Drake in conversation with BBC journalist Razia... ›
Thurs 3 Nov 2011, 7-10pm. Tales from the Arctic: an evening of performance, poetry and storytelling by previous Cape... ›
Our Twitter Residency continues with Gorm from Bullet Creative tweeting from Bī-ŏt'ĭk at the Eden Project
Join us at the Dana Centre on Wednesday 6 July as we mark our 10th birthday, launch the Scottish Islands programme and... ›
In the year of Eden’s 10th birthday, musicians from across Cornwall create and perform an ambitious ensemble work,... ›
Calling all young creatives. Cape Farewell and the National Maritime Museum are running a nationwide competition
The South By Southwest Music and Media Conference (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, has extended it's programme to SXSW Eco
Cape Farewell has a new home at The Science Museum's Dana Centre.
New radio play by Mikhail Durnenkov inspired by his expedition with Cape Farewell in 2010, first broadcast on BBC... ›
Our Twitter Residency continues this month with Cape Farewell's Natasha Freedman.
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The Pollution Pods head to Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour this October
Michael Pinsky’s Pollution Pods installed at the annual TED conference in Vancouver
Canada’s most respected scientist, Dr. David Suzuki stands accused of seditious libel. Devastating climate change calls ... ›
Nevada Museum of Art to hold the Cape Farewell archive as part of their unique Environmental Archive
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