In 2012, Owl Project were roosting at Sudborough Green Lodge and hooting in the adjacent village, Brigstock. Unlike the owl in our logo, these Owls were Simon Blackmore, Antony Hall and Steve Symons. A collaborative group of artists who work with wood and electronics to fuse sculpture and sound art, creating music making machines and[…]
Art, Brain and Behaviour (2017) was one of our most popular Free Exchange on Tour events. Our Education Coordinator Emma Davies recounts her memories of the discussion and how she personally identifies with a large part of it.
Beyond Seven Mountains (2016) was series of installations in the Corby’s Hazel and Thoroughsale woods, including work by three artists: installations by Holly Slingsby, sound art by Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner, plus a large sculpture by Kenny Hunter.
Nikki Pugh’s 2012 Traces; Walking and Drawing residency with Fermynwoods coincided with the Corby Walking Festival and explored the landscapes of Fermyn Woods, Corby and surrounding area through the lens of locative (GPS) technology.
Interchange (2011) was a fortnight of artistic activity along the Grand Union Canal and River Nene with 3 artists, David Littler, Jo Roberts and Simon Woolham, onboard a narrow boat, engaging with the communities we met along the way.
To celebrate 20 years of Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, every Friday throughout the year we will be making a blog post looking back at some of our favourite activity. For our first Fermynwoods Friday, our founder Rosalind Stoddart recalls some of her favourite moments.