Cape Farewell is looking for a new artist to engage with the Rural Artist Residencies Programme! ....
Visit the Phytology site and Adopt A Plant on Sat 1st of August!
Introducing the first of our Lovelock Art Commissions, artist Marcus Coates.
Art commissions for world's first tidal lagoon, a pioneering carbon-free energy project.
Follow our resident performance poet and writer Sabrina Mahfouz.
Winners Nat Norland, Rachel Lewis, Denisa Vítová and Theo Lewis announced during Poetr....
Don't miss Gaia Theory by Jonathan Dove at the Royal Albert Hall, 28 July.
Hanna Tuulikki's piece performed on the Isle of Canna this Aug, before migrating to Tramway, Glasgow....
An action-research project around wild plants and urban space in the heart of East London.
Explore the Phytology site in the heart of East London, and freely harvest from the medicinal field.....
Chris Drury explores heritage, sustainability and innovation in Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset.
Four months of cultural engagement with one of the most pressing issues of our time.
In 2001 the artist David Buckland created the Cape Farewell project to instigate a cultural response to climate change. Cape Farewell is now an international not-for-profit programme based in the Science Museum's Dana Centre in London and with a North American foundation based at the MaRS centre in Toronto.
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Cape Farewell works in partnership with scientific and cultural institutions to deliver an innovative climate programme of public engagement. We use the notion of expedition - Arctic, Island, Urban and Conceptual - to interrogate the scientific, social and economic realities that lead to climate disruption, and to inspire the creation of climate focused art which is disseminated across a range of platforms - exhibitions, festivals, publications, digital media and film.
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The cultural shift required to build sustainable cultures will require the engagement of our best creative minds to address the causes of climate change and envisage, design and communicate resilient futures. The aim is to challenge, provoke and inspire audiences to think differently about our relationship with each other and the natural systems we inhabit.
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