Design won’t save the world on its own regardless of the tag line of this weblog, but performing a life differently can make a real difference – 30 years of improvising a forest. Wonderful story.
ecoartscotland is a resource focused
Colby Chamberlain’s intelligent review of Peter Fend’s show of current projects at Essex Street: Peter Fend’s “Über die Grenze: May Not Be Seen or Read or Done” | Art Agenda.
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Louis Helbig’s project beautifuldestruction.ca provides aerial documentation of the tar sands developments in Alberta, Canada along with a detailed commentary.
ecoartscotland is a resource focused on art and
ecoartscotland will be in residence in the Tent space at Edinburgh College of Art, during the week 6-10 March 2012.
Art, Space & Nature students and staff have worked with ecoartscotland to develop a programme of discussions and events during the
Detail from Caroline Dear’s 100 Ropes
Tha Sabhal Mòr Ostaig a’ toirt fiathachadh dhuibh a thighinn gu an taisbeanadh
le Caroline Dear
Taisbeanadh 11 An Gearran – 16 An Giblean 2012
Taisbeanadh a’ nochdadh obair leis an neach-ealain Caroline Dear a tha a’ fuireach san
Scott Donaldson at Creative Scotland wanted ecoartscotland to highlight this opportunity to hear Tim Flannery (mammalogist, palaeontologist, environmentalist and global warming activist) speak:
6pm Wednesday 4th April, Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Tim Flannery is one of Australia’s leading thinkers and
Hello, Dear ALL, Here I help Jane to publish this post, because she cannot log in the blog and have tried whole day today.In this post Jane tell artists many hints to propose a
There will be a screening and panel discussion of Nora Bateson’s film of Gregory Bateson,
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