Forest Law is a new body of work by David Blyth to accompany our exhibition at Rockingham Castle, available to view online or in augmented reality.
An exhibition at Rockingham Castle responding to the history of one of the few homes in England that have been continuously occupied for nearly 1,000 years.
An enhanced discussed between David Blyth and our Director James Steventon. Taxidermy, shamanism, and woodcock hauntings.
This digital version of our 2021 bulletin, Issue 15 in the series, is packed with details of our exciting In Steps of Sundew programme.
This digital version of our 2020 bulletin, Issue 14 in the series, features details our exciting new two-year programme, In Steps of Sundew.
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 Summer 2018 bulletin includes The Forest is The Museum and Edwina fitzPatrick’s Archive of the Trees, The Outdoor Institute of Art, STEAM Power, Fermynwoods Fridays and more.
For the Arts Hero section of the Bronze Arts Award: Level 1 Award in the Arts qualification, young people need to research the work of an artist that inspires them. Logan from The CE Academy met and interviewed Scottish artist David Blyth when he visited us to deliver a taxidermy workshop.
Our From Scotland To Corby project has seen two Scottish artists travel to Corby to work with communities in the town, exploring cultural shifts that take place when people relocate.