The snow was deep and each step needed focus and decidedly more strength than when walking along the flat gravelled footpath. I challenged the group to notice the scene in which they now found themselves.
Participants celebrated World Pinhole Camera Day in inventive fashion, collaborating with James Smith to make an experimental pinhole 360° camera.
Emma Davies recounts her early experiences with Fermynwoods, including one student following in the social realist tradition of the Kitchen Sink Painters.
Catch up on our fireside discussion exploring how artists and audiences can negotiate the Anthropocene and contribute to a sustainable future, changing the way we live and work.
“When will you be happy”. One student replied, “I’ll never be happy”, a deeply sad moment with the silver lining that interventions like these can help students disclose personal feelings to those they trust in order to find the help they need.
Fermynwoods are seeking to broaden the skills base of our Board of Trustees.
Clare Abbatt’s Sculpture and Survival workshops drew inspiration from her own exhibition examining Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition to Antarctica.
Drop in to The Arches and speak to a member of the Fermynwoods team for an insight into Justin Carter’s Blood from Stone.
Jason filled the cottages to the brim with the sounds of wind, crashing waves, body-shaking bass lines, punctuated with weird bleeps, and astral noises. The sound of jaws dropping drowned out as Jason turned the volume up to 11.
Exploring heritage and belonging with a Northampton-born, Norwegian-based artist, who is half-Pakistani, a quarter English, a quarter unknown and Irish by proxy.