Maya Livio’s sonic essay containing a chorus of human and non-human voices, drawing attention to biases within avian conservation datasets.
A beautifully produced publication made in collaboration with Year 6 pupils, taking the form of a pressed plant herbarium with an engraved wooden case.
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.
Corby school children create their own plant-alien communities and write letters to nature with Chiara Dellerba.
Chiara Dellerba’s first Chimera Plantarium workshop, rethinking and redesigning public places from the perspective of weeds.
A hybrid workshop creating generative art whilst aiming to find the place where art and nature, human and machine overlap.
Samm Anga takes a solitary journey into his own psyche and heritage, ruminating on his own fear of nature: water.
A seldom seen forest spirit, mostly harmless but when angered can be treacherous. Reimagined in a 3D environment, inspired by Ukrainian folk tales.
Announcing our new programme of activity in Corby, at Barnwell Country Park, Brixworth Country Park and online, between 2022 and 2024.
The Trickster Trailer is a mobile art workshop built in collaboration with the public using waste materials from major art institutions.
Announcing a new programme of artist led workshops for young people with complex medical and mental health conditions.
Our School Assembly is a free online resource for schools using previous projects to excite pupils and help them be more ambitious in questioning what art can be and where it might be found.
Stuart Moore describes his artistic problem solving to support our recent exhibition programme by way of toads, crabs and cyber clam eyes.
Students drew with LED lights to create the digital equivalent of stirring a liquid to create dazzled after-images.
A Phone Box Gallery exhibition featuring digital images and 3D printed sculptures made by students manipulating and visualising heart rate data from running through nearby woods and fields.