“When you make a public facing website you have to obey certain rules. What happens when those restrictions are removed?”
Toggler is a new website feature allowing commissioned artists to explore, demonstrate and celebrate the potential of creativity in website design.
Our Spring 2019 bulletin includes The Forest is The Museum updates and Owl Project’s forthcoming residency, Toggler, Fermynwoodstock, and more.
Celebrating Fermynwoods Contemporary Art’s 20th anniversary and the Forestry Commission’s 100th, we recently launched our newly renovated space, The Arches at Fineshade Wood.
Join us for this launch celebration inside the newly renovated Arches, hear our team discuss plans for the space, and view work by our first artist in residence, Edwina fitzPatrick. 5-7pm – 14 September 2018
Listen as BBC Northampton’s Martin Borley speaks to residents at Swan Gardens, Corby, as they start unpacking memories with a tactile work of art for the elderly people of Corby, called the Corby Memory Chest.
Living Legacy is a project where artists Lucy Telling and Barney Heywood (Stand + Stare) have produced a portable work of art, designed specially for older people living in the Corby area. This artwork responds to the community by engaging and inspiring elderly individuals, some of whom suffer from social isolation.
We are delighted to announce that our application to Arts Council England for our new 2 year programme was successful. This programme will see us deliver three strands of exciting and innovative activity, launching in 2018. The Forest is the Museum The Forest is the Museum is a programme of artists in residence at Fineshade[…]
Our From Scotland To Corby project has seen two Scottish artists travel to Corby to work with communities in the town, exploring cultural shifts that take place when people relocate. Roddy Buchanan met Celtic and Rangers fans based in Corby. Once home to the largest Rangers supporters group outside of Glasgow, owing to the migration[…]
Our From Scotland To Corby project has seen two Scottish artists travel to Corby to work with communities in the town, exploring cultural shifts that take place when people relocate.