Join our global discussion both live and on-line focusing on collaborative thinking about what sustainability means now. Five days of talks and workshops with 40 invited guestsRead more
Water and art – where is the wisdom? Where is the power? Simon Wearne and Kumi Kato, based in Wakama Prefecture, Japan led our final event in the Japan Water series.Read more
The second Japan Water conference centred on the theme of power.
and was an on-line event, Friday 25 June, 2-6pm BST. The recorded talks will soon be available on this website.
Water is a complex and huge subject. This was an on-line event, part of Norfolk and Norwich Festival, held on Friday 21st May, 2-4pm BST. If you missed it you can watch the video of the event hereRead more
Join us on-line on World Wildlife Day, March 3rd to discuss bugs. They are vulnerable globally – 40% are in decline. Both science and art offer us new ways to see them. This event considers how, through better understanding, we improve their, and our, future. Click for details.Read more
If you missed Place in Time, our virtual discussion event for International Landscape Day on 20th October, follow this link to the event page and you can see a recording of the eventRead more
Theories of the Earth, 30 November 2018 Interactions between history, science and artistic practice What are theories of the earth? What do all the terms mean? Is theory useful? What is relationship between theory and practice? A number of experts involved in disciplines relevant to Theories of the Earth – art, science and environment – […]Read more
May 17 2019 Held at Thoresby College, Queen St, PE30 1HX, May 17, 2019, 10.30 – 6.00 Water Rising community engagement events were supported by Anglian Water’s Keep It Clear Campaign. Water Rising – art innovation change and development. Programme Globally and locally we face a changing relationship with water. We know that sea level […]Read more
28 October 2018 Fire and Ice: The Art of Climate Change. Conference Saturday October 28. 3-6pm. Increasingly we live in a world which has to cope with changing weather patterns, environmental shocks and disasters. Whatever the causes, and wherever the effects are felt, our responses and solutions need to be practical ones if human society […]Read more
Events 23 June – 16 September 2018 The events and conference programme for Regarding Nature, 23 June – 16 September 2018, was supported by a grant from the British Ecological Society Regarding Nature – Our Changing Coastline Thursday 30 August, 1.30 – 3.00 Talk and discussion: Julian Andrews, Professor of Environmental Science […]Read more