A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow

A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow: an exhibition by Canadian artist Marlene Creates November 5-13, 2015 opening reception Thursday Nov 5, 5-7pm Tent Gallery Art, Space + Nature Studio Edinburgh College of Art, Evolution House, ground floor, 78 West Port, Edinburgh EH1 2LE In two videos, seasonal phenomena are observed and recorded... Continue Reading →

GAIA Resonant Visions at SER 2015 Manchester

The Society for Ecological Restoration annual conference is in Manchester 23-27 August and James Brady has put together an outstanding Arts Programme. "During the conference, two internationally renowned cultural venues in the city of Manchester will host GAIA – Resonant Visions: an exclusive cultural programme consisting of UK and world premiere artists’ film screenings, accompanied... Continue Reading →

Call for Ideas – Edinburgh International Science Festival

Edinburgh International Science Festival is the mother of all science festivals and they have a call for ideas out at the moment (Closing 1 September 2015).  They have highlighted their ambitions for the 2016 Festival as follows, In 2016 we will transform the halls, gardens, theatres and galleries of Edinburgh into dens of debate, exploring... Continue Reading →

Open Call for Entries: Biodiversity/Extinction

ASCI (Art Science Collaborations Inc) is currently calling for works for an exhibition in the New York Hall of Science (deadline 23 August 2015).  ASCI has involved two really interesting jurors - Elizabeth Corr from the Natural Resources Defence Council and Paula J Ehrlich from the E.O.Wilson Biodiversity Foundation. The exhibition announcement highlights key themes... Continue Reading →

Caledonian Everyday Discussion Pt 3 of 3

For the third in the series of Caledonian Everyday discussions (2pm Saturday 16 May, Summerhall) we have a panel comprising foresters (managers and researchers). At the first panel (12 April) we were provided with an historical trajectory of the issues that Forestry Commission managers and researchers have been asked to take on. We started post... Continue Reading →

Caledonian Everyday Discussions Pt 2 of 3

Should artists seek to change the world?  That's where the first discussion ended, having explored the history of pit props; the potential for a poet to contribute to the constraints that a forest manager might have to take account of in planning the management of an area of woodland; the development of ecosystems services assessment... Continue Reading →

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