In Steps of Sundew is a brand new exhibition exploring the effect that extracting resources from the landscape has upon those living within it.
We are please to announce that we will be reopening The Arches at Fineshade Wood with a brand new exhibition from 25 July.
Catch up on all 20 of our Isolated Moments workshops, aiming to keep spirits buoyed and creativity alive during COVID-19 social distancing and quarantining measures.
For last in our current series of Isolated Moments, try slow stitching with Ruth Singer as a meditation on nature and negative space.
Create a miniature Market Garden for your community with walker, community gardener and South London beekeeper, Carole Wright.
Artist and writer Leyla Pillai provides a guided tour through an imagined Deene Park in Episode 3 of the Fermynwoods podcast.
Observe the rhythm of drawing through sensory feedback by stimming to reproduce bodily movements with neuro-diverse artist Sam Metz.
This episode features an audio essay by Amy Lay-Pettifer addressing our current state of collective pause, featuring artists Alice Channer and Bethan Llloyd-Worthington.
Week Nine by Anna Brownsted is a cinematic soundtrack for headphones and an isolated room – a story within a story within a surreal reality.
Toggler for Schools is an opportunity for young people to participate in an creative coding competition to create a brand new look for our website.
Fiona Campbell describes how to recreate your own hidden world of upturned turf, roots, worms and shoots using reclaimed and discarded materials.
Misa Gott introduces you to the dynamism of Yuragi through the magic and fun of watercolour, encouraging you to get lost in making.
Kaitlin Ferguson shares her process for creating Soft Strata – using textiles to represent different layers and strata of the earth.
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art stands in solidarity with black communities in the US and disadvantaged or less privileged groups around the world in fighting against the systemic racism embedded in our societies.
Susie Turner’s workshop explores the illusion of movement, by making a Victorian-style optical toy called a thaumatrope or Magical Turner.
This workshop aims to help you make your own calm camera for professional daydreaming by creating a Camera Obscura at home.