“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.
Encounters: Journeys through language and landscape, was a series of temporary artist installations and interventions, performances and artist led walks, along a three mile route from Fermyn Woods Country Park to Lyveden New Bield during 2011
In 2013, Fermynwoods curated Make Believe, an exhibition at Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery and its grounds. Curator and writer Angela Kingston reflects on this exhibition, in particular Jason Singh’s audio work Hidden in Plain Sight – an experience of art that she had stored away.
The Summer 2013 bulletin features information about Make Believe; Re-Imagining History & Landscape, where invited artists respond to the unique site of Nottingham Castle to intervene through temporary artwork that provokes imagination, adds layers of ambiguity and invites us to bring to bear our own experiences, memories and associations. Also featured is Habitat, a series[…]
Our Spring 2012 bulletin features ‘Traces; Walking and Drawing’, with artist Nikki Pugh including a series of walks as part of the Corby Walking Festival 2012. Our current Open Online exhibition is profiled, whilst the bulletin also gives you the latest news on the developments to our Sudborough Green Lodge site, plus a look back[…]
Our Summer 2011 bulletin features information on ‘ENCOUNTERS: Journeys through language and landscape’, a series of temporary artist installations and interventions, performances and artist led walks, along a three mile route from Fermyn Woods Country Park to Lyveden New Bield, as part of Northamptonshire’s Cultural Olympiad Igniting Ambition programme. ENCOUNTERS features work by Jitish Kallat,[…]