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‘Conversations Between Floods’

As part of the wider Art on the Exe project Tania Kovats has been delivering a single edition newspaper to households and businesses bordering the Exeter Valley Parks exploring the politics, policies, impacts and potential solutions that surround flooding: a complex, long term problem in Exeter.

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Loop in the Landscape

Publication Launch in Amesbury
Saturday 23rd September, 2–5pm, The Bowman Centre, Amesbury
Hear the students of Amesbury Archer Primary School perform their poems about the local landscape as we launch Loop in the Landscape, a book of writing, posters and maps made by local poets.
We are also celebrating the launch of a major new art programme for Kings Gate in Amesbury .

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Verity-Jane Keefe with Novacast

In East Melksham, artist Verity-Jane Keefe has been working with local foundry, Novacast, to produce bronze pieces celebrating the town’s social and industrial past. The work which was developed from initial research by Wrights and Sites follows the disrupted historical walking routes linking the new areas of development and the old town centre.

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Shape Studio at Charlton Hayes

Shape Studio’s latest approved designs for a shelter at Charlton Hayes use an arrangement of triangles to create an interruption within the landscaped surroundings. The Shelter is constructed from a Richlite which is an incredibly durable and environmentally friendly material surprisingly made from paper.

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Toby Paterson at the Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries

Toby Paterson is working with Ginkgo and Richard Murphy Architects to develop a piece of work for the interior of the new Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.  This is a fantastic opportunity to…

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Food and drink from The hEdge

A fantastic sunny day in Hilperton, Trowbridge led by Matthew Pennington of Somerset’s award winning restaurant ‘The Ethicurean’ to explore, forage and cook with ingredients from Hilperton’s historic hedges.

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April 8/9th: ‘Lateral Thinking, the value of joined up agendas between the arts, health and environment’

Fully booked. Ginkgo Projects and the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are hosting ‘Lateral Thinking, the value of joined up agendas between the arts, health and environment’

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Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Edinburgh

Ginkgo has been appointed by IHS Lothian LTd to lead the development of an Art and Therapeutic Design strategy for this major new reprovisoning project for the city.  Subject financial…

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Project Grow launched

Delighted to announce that Frances Thorburn will be leading Project Grow at Wallscourt Farm Academy, Stoke Gifford, Bristol. Frances will work with the school over the next 12 months to develop a sustainable model and interventions for the active use of the grounds through growing and husbandry that is grounded in seasonal activity.

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New Collaboration between Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic Young Company

As part of the public art programme for Wapping Wharf in Bristol we are working with Travelling Light Theatre Company and Bristol Old Vic Young Company to uncover the history of the site to develop new pieces of theatre. This project will bring together these two innovative theatre companies in this way for the first time, working with young people from all over Bristol to explore real life stories from the site’s history that are as gripping and relevant now as they were 100 years ago. More information on this project and how to get involved will be coming soon. (Wapping Wharf is being developed by Umberslade/Muse Developments)

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