Our Spring 2019 bulletin includes The Forest is The Museum updates and Owl Project’s forthcoming residency, Toggler, Fermynwoodstock, and more.
Participants celebrated World Pinhole Camera Day in inventive fashion, collaborating with James Smith to make an experimental pinhole 360° camera.
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.
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.
Alternative Approaches to Taxidermy was a participatory workshop led by David Blyth as part of our 2018 Wild Sharing series of events, using the Eurasian Woodcock as a way to formulate questions about the world.
Justin Carter’s new exhibition Blood From Stone opened at The Arches focusing on the intersection of the natural and industrial in the area’s history.
A talk exploring the relationship between insects, people and trees, with artist is residence Justin Carter and Susannah O’Riordan, Roots of Rockingham Project Officer for the Back from the Brink project.
Our fourth installment of Wild Learning featured artist and filmmaker Jenny Holt’s technological yet deeply human approach to the world around her, rhythmanalysis and the conversation to be had “between us, the forest, and the means of capture we use.”
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.
Catch up on our Art + Wellbeing Free Exchange discussion, with artist Filippos Tsitsopoulos and London Arts in Health Forum Director, Damian Hebron, discussing the growing interest in how the arts can improve the wellbeing of individuals and communities, and how and why artists use their own mental health as a conduit in their practice.