The basic idea behind Photogrammetry is that a number of different photographs produces a cloud of points linked together like a spiderweb.
STEAM Power saw students from The CE Academy design, build and race an electric car against an international field at Rockingham Speedway.
We were visited by artist David Blyth and students from Gray’s School of Art, on a study visit aiming to form a pedagogical learning exchange through shared experience.
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.
Our next artist in residence at Fineshade Wood is Justin Carter, whose body of work Blood from Stone is inspired by the regional relationship between Oak and Ore.
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.”
Drop in to The Arches and speak to a member of the Fermynwoods team for an insight into Edwina fitzPatrick’s The Archive of the Trees project – a sweeping view of weather, memory and climate change.
In addition to Edwina fitzPatrick’s The Archive of the Trees artwork installed at The Arches and within Fineshade Wood itself, Edwina has also created a comprehensive website detailing the project, the history of Fineshade Wood, and a tree archive with tree core samples of several trees.
A walkthrough video of Edwina fitzPatrick’s The Archive of the Trees installation at The Arches, taking a local approach to explore how weather, memory and biodiversity overlap, using dendrochronology (tree cores) to look inside living trees.
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.