First Friday, November 5

First Fridays happen 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. We're still meeting virtually (on Zoom)....

Sentient Performativities – call for proposals

Sentient Performativities: thinking alongside the human July 3-7 2022, Dartington Hall, UK Deadline for proposals: November 14 (23.00 GMT/UTC) The 2022 art.earth symposium investigates somatic practices and how they...

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change Online, October 31 to November 3, 2021 (and at other times throughout 2021) What constitutes ‘a good death’? How do we know death, personally? What room do we make for the...

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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October 31, 2021
Dance film: Paul Michael Henry

Dance film: Paul Michael Henry

October 31, 2021 19.40 – 20.40 GMT/UTC+0 Paul Michael Henry is a Scottish performance artist, dancer and musician. His work ... Read More
October 31, 2021
Keynote: Bayo Akomolafe

Keynote: Bayo Akomolafe

Part of the Borrowed Time symposium October 31- November 3 Sunday, October 31 17.20-18.40 GMT/UTC+0 A Certain Kind of Dying   ... Read More
October 31, 2021
Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & ...

Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change Online, October 31 to November 3, 2021 (and at other times throughout 2021) ... Read More
November 1, 2021
Film: The Magnitude of All Things

Film: The Magnitude of All Things

Not yet in general release, this is a special screening (for Borrowed TIme) of the highly acclaimed director Jennifer Abbott’s ... Read More
November 3, 2021
Postgraduate Forum: Extinction

Postgraduate Forum: Extinction

In collaboration with our good colleagues at Schumacher College and Dartington Arts School we are offering a postgraduate forum as ... Read More
November 5, 2021
First Friday, November 5

First Friday, November 5

First Fridays happen on the first Friday of every month. First Fridays is a gathering place for artists or anyone ... Read More
November 14, 2021
Sentient Performativities - call for proposals

Sentient Performativities – call...

Sentient Performativities: thinking alongside the human July 3-7 2022, Dartington Hall, UK Deadline for proposals: November 14 (23.00 GMT/UTC) The ... Read More
July 3, 2022
2022 Symposium: Sentient Performativities

2022 Symposium: Sentient Performativit...

Sentient Performativities: thinking alongside the human* SAVE THE DATE July 3-7 2022 This is the preliminary announcement of our 2022 ... Read More

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Conversation with Kari Krogh

Conversation with Kari Krogh

from our friends at Eternal Forest: Eternal Forest Conversation with Kari Krogh 20 October 18.00 WEST / Western European Summer ... Read More
Entangled Festival talk

Entangled Festival talk

art.earth's Richard Povall was a panelist at the Entangled Festival session 'Art & Data: Artists, Environmental Science and Research' on ... Read More
Sentient Performativities - call for proposals

Sentient Performativities – call...

Sentient Performativities: thinking alongside the human July 3-7 2022, Dartington Hall, UK Deadline for proposals: November 14 (23.00 GMT/UTC) The ... Read More
Branches of the Wogebourne walk

Branches of the Wogebourne walk

Join J D Swann on Saturday 11 September for the Branches of the Wogebourne walkThis hydrodetour is part of InspiralLondon's ... Read More
Exhibition: The Oak Tree

Exhibition: The Oak Tree

A solo exhibition by art.earth member Jane Eaton. 10 September - 22 October at The Town Hall, Trowbridge. The majestic English Oak ... Read More
Minding Nimi/ Imagination/Imaging

Minding Nimi/ Imagination/Imaging

from our friends at Be-coming Tree: Tickets are now available for this innovative live streamed event!Bespoke tech will enable you ... Read More

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Exhibition: Stella Carr

Exhibition: Stella Carr

from our friend Stella Carr  You are cordially invited to a grassroots Exhibition where I am exhibiting with Jill Jeffrey ... Read More
Trinity - new limited edition book

Trinity – new limited edition bo...

from our good friend Oliver Raymond-Barker: TRINITY is now available for pre-order with publisher Loose Joints. Click on the button ... Read More
Guardians of the Soil

Guardians of the Soil

artist Jackie Yeomans has sent us this film about soil     ... Read More
July news from ONCA

July news from ONCA

FROM OUR FRIENDS AT ONCA:  What's On The sun is out and after more than a year’s closure, ONCA Gallery ... Read More
Season for Change builds up to COP26

Season for Change builds up to COP26

This Autumn, Season for Change continues with artists and partners creatively engaging with the life-changing impact of the climate breakdown ... Read More
living language land

living language land

from our friend Philippa Bayley: living-language-land is a journey through endangered and minority languages that reveal different ways of relating ... Read More

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MERZ Self-Funded Residencies

MERZ Self-Funded Residencies

MERZ Workshop/Gallery Deadline: 01 January 2022 at 13:00 A Creative Self-funded residency in rural Dumfriesshire with a variety of accommodations ... Read More
Cove Park subsidised residencies

Cove Park subsidised residencies

Cove Park Deadline: 22 November 2021 at 17:00
Cove Park is delighted to offer opportunities for artists, researchers and makers ... Read More
Sentient Performativities - call for proposals

Sentient Performativities – call...

Sentient Performativities: thinking alongside the human July 3-7 2022, Dartington Hall, UK Deadline for proposals: November 14 (23.00 GMT/UTC) The ... Read More
Place, People and Time - residency

Place, People and Time – residen...

The Museum of Loss and Renewal and The Walking Library are very pleased to invite applications for the online Group ... Read More
Workshop: Plant Trafficking

Workshop: Plant Trafficking

from our friend Becky Lyon: Workshop / Plant Oracle Collective: Plant Trafficking (part of Ars Electronica) / 10 Sept 10am-2pm

I'm ... Read More
The Ecological Citizen themes issue callout

The Ecological Citizen themes issue ca...

from Stephanie Moran:   The Ecological Citizen (https://www.ecologicalcitizen.net/) is planning a semi-themed issue on Art and Music with an ecological ... Read More

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August 2021: Emma Welton

August 2021: Emma Welton

Each month a member of the art.earth Board of Directors selects a member to feature, to become our Artist of ... Read More
July 2021: Ann-Marie Fairbrother

July 2021: Ann-Marie Fairbrother

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

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Conversation with Kari Krogh

Conversation with Kari Krogh

from our friends at Eternal Forest: Eternal Forest Conversation with Kari Krogh 20 October 18.00 WEST / Western European Summer ... Read More
Entangled Festival talk

Entangled Festival talk

art.earth's Richard Povall was a panelist at the Entangled Festival session 'Art & Data: Artists, Environmental Science and Research' on ... Read More
Exhibition: The Oak Tree

Exhibition: The Oak Tree

A solo exhibition by art.earth member Jane Eaton. 10 September - 22 October at The Town Hall, Trowbridge. The majestic English Oak ... Read More

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October 15, 2021
Borrowed Time: A Celebratory Event

Borrowed Time: A Celebratory Event

An invitation to participate in A Celebratory Gathering  LIVE from the Rowan Tree and the International Space Station* Designed and ... Read More
October 1, 2021
First Friday, October 1

First Friday, October 1

Zoom link If you are one of the small number unable to use the Zoom link button please email us ... Read More
September 29, 2021
In conversation with...Sophie Strand

In conversation with…Sophie Stra...

In the next in our series of Borrowed Time conversations, we introduce American writer Sophie Strand. Sophie is a writer ... Read More

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Trinity - new limited edition book

Trinity – new limited edition bo...

from our good friend Oliver Raymond-Barker: TRINITY is now available for pre-order with publisher Loose Joints. Click on the button ... Read More
The Role of Indigenous Econaming Systems...

The Role of Indigenous Econaming Syste...

Recently published in the LLT Journal (a journal on Language and Language Learning): The Role of Indigenous Econaming Systems in ... Read More
Art and Climate @ Sustainable Earth 2021

Art and Climate @ Sustainable Earth 20...

art.earth's Richard Povall gave a paper at the Sustainable Earth 2021 conference as part of the session 'Art and Climate' Session ... Read More
First Friday July 2: with Sophie Pierce & Annabel Pettigrew

First Friday July 2: with Sophie Pierc...

We heard from Annabel Pettigrew and the 'Throes of Grief' collective, and then Richard Povall was In conversation with writer Sophie ... 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
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

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One of our keynote presenters Paul Michael Henry is a Scottish performance artist, dancer and musician. His work is informed by Butoh dance, punk rock and ritual, and is performed all over the world. Recent projects include SHRIMP DANCE (a multimedia dance work exploring the links between anti-depressants, ecological crisis and late capitalism), a tour of the United States with Laughter at Being Crushed, touring as a Butoh dancer in France and Japan, the premiere of new performance Mammy at CCA Glasgow, and a new film exploring high rates of male suicide in Scotland and globally called SMITE ME NOW. He is currently working towards a PhD at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, researching techniques for shifting our sense of self from Individual-Consumer to Interdependent- Ecological.His themes are political, social & spiritual, dealing with love, neglect of the body, destruction of the environment and atrophy of the soul in consumerist society. www.paulmichaelhenry.comFor this keynote presentation Michael is making a new film that will premiere at Borrowed Time.Others say:Utterly compelling… the astonishingly talented Henry has much to say.
– Glasgow Theatre BlogA singular talent of grace and power
– Lorna Irvine (reviewer for the List and Exuent)A disciplined, creative and unique performer to Scotland and I have not seen his like in Europe in fact. His movement has a beauty and intensity which has its roots in Japanese Butoh.
– Morag Deyes (Artistic Director, Dance Base Edinburgh)Join us online at Borrowed Time: on death, dying & change, from October 31 to Nov 3 online. Detailed programme information is at borrowed-time.info/programme/ and information about registration at borrowed-time.info/registration-information/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The Magnitude of All Things @magnitudefilm draws a direct line from personal grief to the grief of those people whose homes are being threatened, impacted, or destroyed by #climatechange Special screening & conversation with the director Nov 1 book now at http://borrowed-time.info

Hayley Harrison is a multidisciplinary artist working with abandoned materials and forgotten spaces to start conversations about our disconnection with nature. She is one of the guests at the Nov 5 First Friday @ 13.00GMT Find out more at https://art-earth.org.uk/first-friday-november-5/ @HarrisonHayley

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