Hanna Tuulikki explores her Finnish heritage, family stories, folklore, and song, to reflect on how ideals of ecology, identity, and nationhood are constructed and entwined.
An exhibition of site-responsive interventions, sculptures and video work set in Barnwell Country Park aiming to encourage visitors to explore the woodland space throughout autumn and winter.
Inviting proposals for online works from artists addressing our current Xylophobia programme for a new Open Online exhibition.
A weekend of workshops for local people to discover the wonder and beauty of our urban plants and to create wilder streets where we live.
Our next plant propaganda billboard image features an an image that looks to plants, children and the future.
Johannes Zits will be in residence at Barnwell Country Park, working with local people to develop a guided experience through and with a selected tree
A sculpture – performance – play culminating in the gradual build up and kickdown of the monumental wooden installation, Untitled #215.
The digital version of our 2022 bulletin, Issue 16 in the series, features the first year of our exciting Xylophobia programme.
Look out for Maja Zećo negotiating Corby woods this September as Silencer – a performance in a sensory impairment soundwalking suit.
A-level Art students from Lodge Park Academy worked with Aeneas Wilder to develop their own impermanent monumental sculptures.
Our 2021-22 Alternative Provision programme with students from The CE Academy is celebrated in an online publication.
The first “plant propaganda” poster image is revealed in Corby as part of The Chimera Plantarium.
A beautifully produced publication made in collaboration with Year 6 pupils, taking the form of a pressed plant herbarium with an engraved wooden case.
Maya Livio’s sonic essay containing a chorus of human and non-human voices, drawing attention to biases within avian conservation datasets.
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art is looking for a committed and dynamic new Chair to lead our ambitious organisation as we embark on an exciting new phase of development.
Pupils used graphic design techniques to develop “plant propaganda” posters which will be cropping up on billboards across Corby.