June 2021: Haruko Joyce Okano

Each month a member of the art.earth Board of Directors selects a member to feature, to become our Artist of the Month. What follows is a response from that artist to some questions and a discussion, together with some...

Sustainable Earth 2021

Sustainable Earth 2021 is an online forum for everyone - researchers, businesses, NGOs, the public sector, social enterprises, community groups and individuals – please help us reach as many people as possible to...

First Friday, June 4 2021

First Fridays happen (surprise!) on the first Friday of every month. First Fridays is a gathering place for artists or anyone interested in the arts, an opportunity to share food and talk. Each month, after lunch,...

Borrowed Time keynote: Dr Rachel Clarke

Wednesday June 23 at 13.00 BST (UTC+1) A Borrowed Time event Online £5 / free for art.earth members and Borrowed Time registered delegates ‘What a remarkable book this is; tender, funny, brave, heartfelt, radiant with...

First Friday July 2: with Sophie Pierce & Annabel Pettigrew

We will hear from Annabel Pettigrew and the 'Throes of Grief' collective, and then Richard Povall is In conversation with writer Sophie Pierce. This First Friday forms part of our Borrowed Time series of...

Honey Money breaks boundaries

Honey Money: fSM – new money for a new society is a book about culture, the environment, infrastructure, bodily waste and revolution. Text by Jaeweon Cho; translation and editing by Richard Povall. “First and foremost,...

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change Dartington Hall, October 31 to November 2, 2021 (and at other times throughout 2021) What constitutes ‘a good death’? How do we know death, personally? What room do we make...

First Fridays

We run a series of informal bring-food-or-drink-to-share networking lunches, usually on the first Friday of each month, and often followed by an artist talk. Check the calendar for more information. You don't need to...

art.earth celebrates and supports artists who look out to the world. This might mean quite explicitly talking about environmental or ecological issues, or it might mean exploring a much broader sense of the ecological: something that is open, enquiring, caring, and considerate of the world (people and places) it inhabits. We’re interested in gathering and sharing all kinds of knowledge, particularly if it can help us nurture the planet we all share.

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June 1, 2021
June 2021: Haruko Joyce Okano

June 2021: Haruko Joyce Okano

Each month a member of the art.earth Board of Directors selects a member to feature, to become our Artist of ... Read More
June 4, 2021
First Friday, June 4 2021

First Friday, June 4 2021

First Fridays happen (surprise!) on the first Friday of every month. First Fridays is a gathering place for artists or ... Read More
June 23, 2021
Borrowed Time keynote: Dr Rachel Clarke

Borrowed Time keynote: Dr Rachel Clark...

Wednesday June 23 at 13.00 BST (UTC+1) A Borrowed Time event Online £5 / free for art.earth members and Borrowed ... Read More
June 24, 2021
Sustainable Earth 2021

Sustainable Earth 2021

Sustainable Earth 2021 is an online forum for everyone - researchers, businesses, NGOs, the public sector, social enterprises, community groups ... Read More
July 2, 2021
First Friday July 2: with Sophie Pierce & Annabel Pettigrew

First Friday July 2: with Sophie Pierc...

We will hear from Annabel Pettigrew and the 'Throes of Grief' collective, and then Richard Povall is In conversation with ... Read More
September 5, 2021
Research Lab - Vulture: A Wake

Research Lab – Vulture: A Wake

September 5-9 • Dartington These are the times to let our knowings die, to devour our certainties and to surrender ... Read More
October 31, 2021
Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & ...

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change Dartington Hall, October 31 to November 2, 2021 (and at other times throughout ... Read More

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Walking Bodies - launch event

Walking Bodies – launch event

Walking Bodies: Scores and ExchangesAn evening of walking arts hosted by Triarchy Press to celebratethe recent publication of the book ​7.30pm ... Read More
Deep Listening / Eternal Forest

Deep Listening / Eternal Forest

from our friend Inez Amado and Eternal Forest 27 May 18.00 WEST RESERVE YOUR PLACE Eternal Forest is hosting a Deep ... Read More
Exhibition: cosmotechnics

Exhibition: cosmotechnics

from the art-all group   New exhibition at Hanover Project to explore Yuk Hui’s concept of Cosmotechnics.Opens 20th May 2021 ... Read More
A designer's response to the climate emergency

A designer’s response to the cli...

from our friends at Low Carbon Devon: Hear from Sophie Thomas as she shares 'A Designer's Response to the #ClimateEmergency ... Read More
Lecture: When Art Works

Lecture: When Art Works

from the Watershed Institute: When Art Works: Building Beauty and Functionality into Green Infrastructure Projects Monday, May 24; 6:00 - 7:30 ... Read More
Inspired by trees

Inspired by trees

An exhibition featuring artists from the Arborealists group - work that has been inspired by trees whether in the wold ... Read More

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Geopolitics

Geopolitics

Fired up by a recent conversation at First Friday, art.earth member Jane Eaton has shared this information about the Scottish ... Read More
First Friday redux

First Friday redux

Thanks as always to everyone who joined us for First Friday today.  We had sharings from Jo Callaghan, Mary Waltham ... Read More
June news...

June news…

We've just sent out our June newsletter. If you haven't received it either you are not on our mailing list ... Read More
Become a Tree Radical

Become a Tree Radical

from The Woodland Presents:   Join a task force, and inquiry, to change the story for Britain’s trees and forests.Our ... Read More
Hanien Conradie: a lockdown collaboration

Hanien Conradie: a lockdown collaborat...

from our friends at ClimateCultures: Hanien Conradie: Attending to muse and nature in lockdown What does it take for distracted ... Read More
High Water publication

High Water publication

If you missed High Water on March 30, or you'd just like to visit and explore what happened, we're now ... Read More

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Ashburton Arts - invitation to tender

Ashburton Arts – invitation to t...

Ashburton Arts is a community organisation (not-for-profit company limited by guarantee). It was set up in 2017 with the primary ... Read More
Become a Tree Radical

Become a Tree Radical

from The Woodland Presents:   Join a task force, and inquiry, to change the story for Britain’s trees and forests.

Our ... Read More
Magic Me: Generation Rebellion callout

Magic Me: Generation Rebellion callout

from Magic Me: Magic Me is recruiting a creative activist for Generation Rebellion; an intergenerational women’s project. The group you ... Read More
YATOO Nature Art Biennale 2021

YATOO Nature Art Biennale 2021

Nature Art Cube Exhibition of Geumgang Nature Art Pre-Biennale 2021 12x12x12+Nature The Korean Nature Artists' Association 'YATOO(野投)' is an art ... Read More
TRAIL 2021 callout

TRAIL 2021 callout

TRAIL 2021 Open for submissions Following another successful all be it a smaller sculpture trail last summer, TRAIL is pleased ... Read More
Be part of Season for Change

Be part of Season for Change

A call to action for the cultural sector to fight the climate crisis, running February - July 2021.

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June 2021: Haruko Joyce Okano

June 2021: Haruko Joyce Okano

Each month a member of the art.earth Board of Directors selects a member to feature, to become our Artist of ... Read More
March 2021: Katie Taylor

March 2021: Katie Taylor

Each month a member of the art.earth Board of Directors selects a member to feature, to become our Artist of ... Read More
February 2021 - Flora Wiegmann

February 2021 – Flora Wiegmann

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Geopolitics

Fired up by a recent conversation at First Friday, art.earth member Jane Eaton has shared this information about the Scottish ... Read More
Fife Walkers & Explorers - an invitation

Fife Walkers & Explorers –...

from member Tina Scopa: This is an invite to join a collaborative mapping of Fife in Scotland. Walking and exploring ... Read More
Tina Scopa in Aperçu

Tina Scopa in Aperçu

There is a lovely interview in the online magazine Aperçu with former artist of the month Tina Scopa. The interview ... Read More

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March 30, 2021
High Water

High Water

Share your connection to the sea and the tides March 30, 08.45 to ....well we'll see Wherever you are in ... Read More
February 5, 2021
First Friday, March 5

First Friday, March 5

First Fridays are our monthly series of informal artist get-togethers where the conversation may stray from the triassic to contemporary ... Read More
January 8, 2021
First (2nd actually!) Friday January 8

First (2nd actually!) Friday January 8

First Fridays are our monthly series of informal artist get-togethers where the conversation may stray from the triassic to contemporary ... Read More

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Hanien Conradie: a lockdown collaboration

Hanien Conradie: a lockdown collaborat...

from our friends at ClimateCultures: Hanien Conradie: Attending to muse and nature in lockdown What does it take for distracted ... Read More
Interview with Cecilia Lam of the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change

Interview with Cecilia Lam of the Jock...

An interview with Cecilia Lam, Director of the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (Hong King) by Selva Ozelli   ... Read More
Tina Scopa in Aperçu

Tina Scopa in Aperçu

There is a lovely interview in the online magazine Aperçu with former artist of the month Tina Scopa. The interview ... Read More
For the love of a field

For the love of a field

Our good friends Miche and Flora at touchstones have recently published this piece in The Ecological Citizen. Sympoiethics: For the ... Read More
Covert - a Handbook

Covert – a Handbook

from our good friend Phil Smith and Triarchy Press: Do you ever feel you live in a world where other ... Read More
Books on walking from Triarchy Press

Books on walking from Triarchy Press

from our friends at Triarchy Press: Walking is clearly an end in itself. The body needs no excuse to move ... Read More
Honey Money - a little book asking big questions

Honey Money – a little book aski...

Honey Money: fSM - new money for a new society is both extraordinary and unexpected, a book about culture, the ... Read More
Honey Money - a review by Rubén Abruña

Honey Money – a review by Rubén ...

A review of Honey Money: fSM - new money for a new society by Jaeweon Cho, published by art.earth Booksa review ... Read More
Stephen Jenkinson talk published

Stephen Jenkinson talk published

On Friday December 11 art.earth hosted a conversation with Stephen Jenkinson of Orphan Wisdom. Led by Christos Galanis, the conversation ... Read More

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Our featured artist for June, Haruko Okano, has recently trained as a Death Doula and says that she is ‘as curious about life as I am about death’. Explore her life and recent work at https://art-earth.org.uk/haruko-okano/

Join us July 2 at 13.00BST for First Friday with Sophie Pierce and Annabel Pettigrew. @sophiepierce will be talking with Richard Povall about her book The Green Hill and Annabel will be talking about her Throes of Grief project. https://art-earth.org.uk/in-conversation-sophie-pierce/

Author of Breathtaking, Dear Life and Your Life in My Hands, Dr Rachel Clarke @doctor_oxford @NHSuk offers the 1st keynote for #borrowed-time on Wed Jun 23 @ 1300BST. More information at https://borrowed-time.info/keynote-address-dr-rachel-clarke/ Booking essential!

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