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Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World

Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World

CCANW, Haldon Forest Park, Exeter, Devon, EX6 7XR, UK For more information please contact CCANW T: 01392 832277 Directions: http://ccanw.co.uk/feedback/contact-us.htm Active Ingredient’s residency is now over Exhibition Saturday 22nd October – Sunday 29th January 2012 Exhibition launch Friday 21st October, 6-8pm The exhibition launch includes a talk by the artist Rachel Jacobs and Carlo Buontempo Senior Climate Change Scientist at the Hadley Centre, UK MET office. There will also be a link up with the artist Silvia Leal in Brazil. Opening Times 10am-5pm, Tuesdays to Sundays, plus all Bank Holiday
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Rufford Gallery and Country Park

Rufford Gallery and Country Park

Rufford Abbey Country Park and Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire Exhibition Tuesday 27th September – 30th October 2011 Big Draw Workshop Friday 28th October Active Ingredient will be conducting walks in the park and doing the human sensor activity resulting in drawing a large image on circular sheets of 100% recycled paper representing how people sense and interpret the temperature, humidity, sound and air in the woods.  For all ages. Please ring the Craft Centre for more information or to book a place:  01623 822944 For more information about access to the
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Fermynwoods Contemporary Art

Fermynwoods Contemporary Art

Fineshade Woods, Rockingham Forest, Northamptonshire www.fermynwoods.co.uk The exhibition and artist residency took place over 2 weeks in May 2011. Approximately 350 visitors came to the exhibition and two schools workshops took place.  There was a live link up between an old Ash tree on the edge of the forest and a mango tree on the edge of the Mata Atlantia, Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Some comments from the visitors: “You feel like you could tell if the tree is happy” “This is something a bit like the Tate
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