showcasing arts based activity and ideas
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"We believe the best way to find art is through people
Remember art you discover
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Added by Phil Slade on April 21, 2013 at 8:15pm — No Comments
New talk and films on Tending the Wild - lessons from a forest toward deep sustainability at Bournemouth Arts Univ. last week Feb 14, 2013 http://ning.it/139Aw6q
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Are you a cultural leader?…Continue
Added by Lou Matter on January 30, 2013 at 6:50pm — No Comments
The Althea Wynne Bursary
Althea Wynne, FRSA, a noted Wiltshire sculptor who worked in bronze and clay, died together with her husband Anthony Barrington Brown in a traffic accident in January 2012. Throughout her career Althea was generous in sharing her considerable skill in teaching others and her enthusiasm was an inspiration for many. Anthony was a professional photographer working in both still and moving images and was a Fellow of the Royal…Continue
Added by Lou Matter on January 24, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
An event @ICALondon hosted by #FRSA London and the RSA's Fellows Artists’ Network: Is the Fourth Plinth a model for achieving change, or is it a space dedicated to art for art’s sake? Follow this storify of an event in January 2013
Added by Lou Matter on January 18, 2013 at 3:37pm — No Comments
Every now and again I have a really inspiring meeting that draws together common threads from our work in Arts and Society with thinking from other people and the wider world. Yesterday was one such day. I was meeting the artist Lucy Steggals about the Creative Intersections project we are doing with King’s College London…Continue
Added by Lou Matter on November 30, 2012 at 12:18pm — No Comments
Mike Moseling, RSA South East Treasurer and Surrey Fellow wrote this update on the event:
"Sixty-three Surrey fellows and their guests packed into the newly refurbished Watts Gallery near Guildford to hear Pam Alexander, OBE, FRSA talk about the arts as a tool of regeneration, and Perdita Hunt DL the Director of the Gallery talk about the gallery and the work of the founders GF Watts and his wife.
Pam Alexander demonstrated how the arts have been fundamental to the…Continue
Added by Lou Matter on November 28, 2012 at 1:28pm — No Comments
Saturday Art Academy, Chattanooga, USA
Awarded £1,575 for equipment for a volunteer-led art evening and weekend academy. A group of around a dozen Fellows were awarded Catalyst funds for to run evening and…
Added by RSA Projects on October 17, 2012 at 1:35pm — No Comments
‘Soil Culture’ is an entirely new, ambitious year-long programme, launching at Easter 2013, at the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World. It will use the work of both established and emerging artists to inspire a deeper understanding in the wider public of the importance of soil – a resource on which our entire civilisation depends.
As a medium for healthy growth, the shaping of our historically built environment, a provider of a wide range of raw materials (sand, clay,…Continue
Added by Clive Adams on August 30, 2012 at 2:24pm — No Comments
Thanks for the opportunity to think about this network's future.
From my own perspective this network when it was active served many valuable purposes - in fact on a visit to London, I rather pressed Will Shaw who was writing and looking after the RSA Arts & Ecology blog to set this network up (I was managing a 5 county art online site site here in Ireland) so I knew the value of bringing together and highlighting creative practitioners works and presenting new ideas. Many of the…Continue
I enjoyed being part of this network but it seemed to flare into being then die back very quickly. At its time of fading, a number of other networks distracted me: ecology/climate & culture networks including A Case for Optimism, Tipping Point, the Dark Mountain project, Common Cause etc and some smaller or more temporary initiatives: wellbeing/education and culture networks such as The Plays the Thing (Pat Kane…Continue
Added by Bridget McKenzie on August 10, 2012 at 10:04pm — No Comments
For some time now we have been considering ways to refresh and add energy to this site and continue an arts based conversation for Fellows. With a recent review of all RSA social networks it seems opportune to consider moving this online network forward for the future rather than create a new online space.
Therefore we would appreciate your views to shape this space and suggestions (and volunteers to help take us forward) to keep the arts conversation…Continue
Added by Viv Long-Ferguson on August 10, 2012 at 2:41pm — No Comments
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This is the environmental education website I update from time to time.
RAISE stands for Rural Arts In Science Education
Added by Dr. Christian Taylor on July 20, 2011 at 2:33pm — No Comments
This is the molecular ecology and environment blog I add to from time to time.
The world is profoundly beautiful and intricate at all scales from the biosphere to molecular ecosystems within cells.
Added by Dr. Christian Taylor on July 20, 2011 at 2:29pm — No Comments
".....Shell sponsorship and censorship at Southbank Centre?
On 29th June, the Arts Council England finally announced its new "Catalyst Arts" philanthropy programme, aimed at pushing arts organisations towards a US-style corporate and private…
Added by Phil Slade on July 14, 2011 at 9:50pm — No Comments
I'm becoming earth.
It's an occasion for mirth.
I have rocks
In my socks,
In my pants.…Continue
"Turku365 is an urban art project that utilises and employs public spaces. The approximately 160 artworks of the project will be part of everyday life of the inhabitants of Turku in 2011. The artworks and performances, envisioned by the Turku365 artistic director Meiju Niskala, are carried out by approximately 2,600…Continue
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