Long-term projects

Long-term projects archive

Visit archive for artist residenciesprojectslectures and articles, and conferences.

 

2007 – 2010 University of the Trees

Developed by Shelley Sacks, Director of the Social Sculpture Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University, University of the Trees is a long-term international network project in which the ecological crisis is seen as an opportunity for conscious and responsible engagement in shaping a humane and ecologically viable future.

 

2006 – 2010 Alan Sonfist

Since 2006, pioneer American artist Alan Sonfist, creator of an urban forest in New York City in the Sixties, has paid several visits to CCANW, to talk to fellow artists and students. A new work by Alan for Haldon Forest is in the process of being created in collaboration with the Forestry Commission.

CCANW works in partnership with art.earth

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Are you an artist or creative thinker? Join us for ‘The Ephemeral River (dancing, speaking, singing, laughing). Apply now for a free place on this 9-day residency @Dartington. A rare opportunity bit.ly/2BVgIMc @artdotearth pic.twitter.com/G8O5…

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Open until February 14 a fantastic exhibition of work by artists painting with earth pigments, ranging from abstract geometric patterns to landscapes and images from the #refugee camp at Calais. Full info at bit.ly/2D0adZ0 pic.twitter.com/HnH6…

About 40 minutes ago from art.earth's Twitter

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First Friday, February 2

February 2, 2018, 1:00pm - February 2, 2018, 3:30pm

Join us on February 2 for the first First Friday of 2018. As always, we gather at 1pm for a shared lunch – bring something to share. Around 2, we re-convene for our guest artist talk, this month by...

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