Top 10 Discard Studies articles of 2020

It’s time for reminiscing! And what better topic to think back on than a year’s worth of trashy insights? Here are the top ten posts from Discard Studies in 2020 as determined by our readers!Top 10 Discard Studies articles of 2020

Call for Artists, The Nature of Cities Festival

The Nature of Cities' Forum for Radical Imagination on Environmental Cultures (FRIEC) is calling for proposals. "It is our pleasure to invite your submission for artistic contributions at The Nature of Cities Festival, a global virtual gathering of interdisciplinary thinkers and doers working toward greener cities for nature and all people. We will review submissions... Continue Reading →

Reblog: Reports on Climate Change Conferences, 2000-2019

This collection from the Climate Change Policy blog would have been useful when we were writing a Chapter and a Timeline for the new Routledge Companion to Art and the Public Realm. Anne Douglas, Dave Pritchard and I juxtaposed the 50-year ecological practice of the Harrisons (Helen Mayer Harrison 1927-2018) and Newton Harrison (b.1932) with... Continue Reading →

‘From the Ground Up’

COP26 Coalition's free online festival will run from Thursday November 12th to Monday November 16th, providing a space for climate justice movements from across the world to come together, strategise, and build power for systemic change. Register here https://vimeo.com/468346637 Arts and Culture Highlights https://cop26coalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ShortProgram101024_1.jpg From Ceilidhs to Colombian Contemporary Dance, we've got a huge variety... Continue Reading →

#arts4treescapes

The NERC led Treescapes Programme specifically articulates a requirement for Arts & Humanities involvement. The Programme Ambassadors are using #treescapes and we'd encourage practice-led researchers in the arts, curating and producing to use #arts4treescapes to discuss the programme and to highlight relevant practices and projects. For example, as a 'starter for 6', the following are... Continue Reading →

The domestic and the global: Emma Nicolson on how the arts will be at the heart of Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh.

We want to move on from the ‘white cube’ of yesteryear, taking a different tack that reconnects the house to its surroundings, but also to transform the house into a gallery fit for the pressures and urgent challenges of the 21st century.

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