Fermynwoods Contemporary Art named Best Contemporary Art Gallery in Northamptonshire, Art Charity of the Year for Central England, and more!
Geoff Diego Litherland talks to Jessica Harby about turning his homegrown and woven canvases into music.
A new face mask design by Marie Chantal Hamrock inspired by the Poem Of Walt Whitman.
The Phone Box Gallery is an evolving exhibition space within a decommissioned telephone box, curated by students from The CE Academy.
The latest update from Fermynwoods Contemporary Art on changes to our current programme due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A new face mask design featuring an image from Jessica Harby’s Gods and Monsters series of hand-lettered postcards.
A LADA DIY2020 call out for participants to take part in experimental processes which focus on cycles of growth, decay and repetition.
A discussion between multidisciplinary artist Tom Baskeyfield and writer and Fermynwoods Trustee Josh Allen.
A collection of new work which remixes four Corby heritage films to create new narratives through the extraction of archival film.
Students from The CE Academy experienced their own Overview Effect with a visit from Space Scientist Dr Gabrielle Provan.
Order a face mask featuring a visualisation of the complex coronavirus response data, designed by Stuart Moore.
In Steps of Sundew is a brand new exhibition exploring the effect that extracting resources from the landscape has upon those living within it.
Marie Chantal Hamrock employs fiction as method, mining history to create an alternate future from symbolic doubles meanings.
Rebecca Lee’s sound piece You Can Hear The Wind is made entirely from recordings by students from The CE Academy.
Anja Borowicz captures the music and humanity in the sounds of a steel industry populated by large metal monsters.
Amanda Loomes juxtaposes archival extracts with footage of Ketton Cement Works to shine a light on unseen labour.