The culmination of Abigail Lane and Lala Meredith-Vula’s residency at Fineshade Wood recontextualises lost property collected in the forest.
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.
An environment of kindness and understanding has enabled students to develop skills and understanding of both art and life, without fear of failing.
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.
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.
Student attention was starting to wander until Liz Lake took the printmaking outside. Reinvigorated students expressing the warmth of the summer sun.
It’s usually assumed in schools and society in general that loud, abrasive, disgusting sounds (and the people that make them) should be quieted. However…
A broomstick flying fairy queen being chased by an armadillo rat porcupine? Louise Clarke allowed students to dream their own fantastical fairy tales.
Background Studies, Hues of Labour is a guest exhibition by James Smith focussing on the intensity of colour found in Forestry Commission tree spot marking.
A free walk and talk event exploring how rural environments can effect emotions and how walking can be seen as way to creatively explore different places.