An online workshop using household materials to create sculpture and installations at home, reusing materials to imbue a sense of history in your creations.
A statement from Fermynwoods Contemporary Art on changes to our forthcoming programme due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A free online discussion around Energy Transition, exploring the role of art and the societal shift from low to high and climbing energy use.
Adversarial Intelligence is an online workshop that tests human creativity against AI algorithms, from the safety of your home.
The first in a series of online workshops, prompts and tutorials to keep spirits buoyed and creativity alive during COVID-19 global social isolating and quarantining measures.
An open call for artist artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual research, training and professional development projects for artists.
Join us for the local WORK screening of 4 new films that explore contemporary working lives, by Dryden Goodwin, Jenny Holt, Esther Johnson and Adam Lewis-Jacob.
A series of artistic interventions taking place between Fineshade Wood, Deene Park, Rockingham Castle, Corby and East Carlton Countryside Park.
A special edition vinyl record of Owl Project’s Study 10: Greta’s Speech Ant Optimised I.
Yasmin Canvin reflects on the conceptual validity of comparing a forest with a museum.
The culmination of Abigail Lane and Lala Meredith-Vula’s residency at Fineshade Wood recontextualises lost property collected in the forest.
Students from The CE Academy worked with Daniel Johnson to record live drum beats, devise melodies, and write lyrics to the earth.
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art has received a special commendation as part of the 2019 Nick Reeves Arts & Environment Award for our current programme, The Forest is the Museum.
A gala screening and Q&A of 4 new films that explore contemporary working lives, by Dryden Goodwin, Jenny Holt, Esther Johnson and Adam Lewis-Jacob.
An environment of kindness and understanding has enabled students to develop skills and understanding of both art and life, without fear of failing.
The bigger the grid the faster the drawing took to complete. But the resolution was worse, making it harder to identify each other’s pixelated portraits.