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Awarded Culture & Climate Change Residency

I’m delighted to have been selected for the Climate Change in Residence: Future Scenarios, along with artists Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond-Skeaping and Zoë Svendson. 153 more words

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New film installation: 'The Water Sinks Down with Them' opens next week

In conjunction with Opera North’s epic presentation of Wagner’s complete Ring Cycle, a new sound and film installation The Water Sinks Down with Them by artist… 467 more words

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Emma Critchley's Residency - Week 3 Blog Post

Fresh Milk resident artist Emma Critchley shares a final blog post about her residency. In her last week of diving and filming along Barbados’ various coasts, she revisited some of her favourite locations to ensure she got the most out of the stunning land and seascapes. 321 more words

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Emma Critchley's Residency - Week 2 Blog Post

British artist Emma Critchley shares her thoughts on the second week of her Fresh Milk residency. From witnessing the first moments of a foal’s life with its mother, to completing her community outreach at Barbados Community College and Workmans Primary School, to continuing her submarine explorations around the island, Emma continues to have unforgettable experiences as she gathers footage and ideas which will inform her practice. 220 more words

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Emma Critchley's Residency - Week 1 Blog Post

British, London-based artist Emma Critchley shares a post about her first week in residence at Fresh Milk. A mixture of familiar and unfamiliar experiences have coloured the start of her residency, as she has returned to an old love of diving and the ocean, but doing so in Barbados, which is new territory for her. 337 more words

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Fresh Milk welcomes Helen Cammock and Emma Critchley to the Platform

Fresh Milk is excited to welcome our first resident artists for 2016, Helen Cammock and Emma Critchley, who will be travelling from London to be in residence with us between February 1 – 26. 728 more words

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STRATA: art and science collaborations in the Anthropocene


CP Snow’s Rede lecture of 1959 (‘The Two Cultures’) considered the humanities and sciences to be two separate strata. 280 more words