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A community of artists, curators & researchers exploring creative responses to or : creative conversations for the
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Gregory Norminton May 24
Not marching with the young on but feeling sick about the mess we're leaving our children? Here's a big petition for that you can sign and share, without even leaving your chair.
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ClimateCultures May 21
Have just read Mandy Barker's photo essay on this exhibition in journal. Amazing images.
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MarkGoldthorpe May 20
Planetary becoming.
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MarkGoldthorpe May 20
Just finished listening to the excellent ecothriller podcast Forest 404 from Drama, science & immersive soundscapes.
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ClimateCultures May 19
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Deborah Tomkins May 17
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CultureDeclaresEmergency May 17
Please architects and architecture schools, register to declare with as well as making any Architecture-centric declarations. Our definition of Culture embraces architecture, and all forms of design and place making.
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Maggie Gee May 16
Climate change writing. Does it work? Is there a new way? Graphic novel publishers/ cartoon film-makers welcome
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Stephen Sparks May 15
I've grown weary of literature that limits itself to exclusively human concerns. We need more work by writers with imaginations capacious enough to see past the false distinction between human and other-than-human.
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ClimateCultures May 14
New on ClimateCultures: we review ’s latest addition — Deep Time Walk cards from & Geoff Ainscow, exploring our planet’s 4.6 billion year timeline and offering us thoughtful paths into the living present.
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Rebecca Chesney May 13
This Wednesday 2pm: Join Richard Cockram from Newlyn Archive & me to hear about the Newlyn Tidal Observatory Newlyn Art Gallery, FREE
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ClimateCultures May 13
Replying to @ClimateCultures
..."For me, politics and art are not the same thing, Having said that, my responses to the arctic are filtered through my personal knowledge and experience, and I am a political being, and so those values are integral to the work."
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"I see my work relating to the arctic as a way of engaging the viewer in looking, thinking and valuing. If that then encourages an engagement with valuing our environment I am happy. I don’t feel it is my artistic place to make political comment – it is my place to make art..."
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ClimateCultures May 12
“It just seems to me that it’s the obligation of all of us and every art form to be responding to this issue,” he said. “It shades into all our politics, so I want to find a way of recording and encouraging poetry’s response to that situation.”
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Kristen_Guida May 8
Climate crisis: flooding threat ‘may force UK towns to be abandoned’
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Gregory Norminton May 10
Just *12* more signatures needed to get this petition to 80 thousand. We desperately need . 20K more signatures would secure a debate in Parliament.
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Outrider Anthems May 10
Outrider Anthems' Jennifer Leach performs at Earth Living Festival, from , Reading Sat 11th May: New tales for changing times! Tap into deep reserves of community & creativity in response to climate crisis. See
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Nick Hunt May 7
It was a huge privilege to interview Richard Powers (author of 'The Overstory') for the latest issue. We talked about tree-consciousness, cultural epiphanies, a world going up in flames, and what lies beyond despair. What a brilliant, generous man
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Gregory Norminton May 7
Depressed about, um, the hastening extinction of 1 million species? There's an urgent need for a AND for . The good news is they work together. All we need is the political will. Please sign & share this petition.
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ecoartscotland May 7
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