Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World

Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World
Rennes Drive, University of Exeter
Exeter
Devon
EX4 4RN
England

Website

www.ccanw.co.uk

E-mail

info@ccanw.co.uk

Telephone

01392 832277

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An integrated programme of exhibitions, artist-led projects and educational activities will reach out, across the art forms and other disciplines, to address the urgent social, environment and scientific issues that concern us all today.

The Centre will organise four exhibitions a year spanning art, design, new media, photography and architecture, with artist residences, long and short-term projects linked to educational workshops, talks, conferences and courses. Work resulting from residences and projects will form part of a permanent collection, along with other commissions.

It will also organise occasional live events and work across the art forms, involving literature, music and dance and promote links with science, new technologies and other disciplines.

The Centre will stimulate a network of research links with Universities and organisations in Britain and abroad, tour its exhibitions internationally and reach out through the world-wide web.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Environmental or ecological centre

Opening hours

Open all year round, Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm

Admission charges

Entry to the gallery is free. There may be a charge for certain events and activities.

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University of the Trees Workshop

Shelley Sacks, initiator of the University of the Trees project, will take artists and other interested participants through an activity of this social sculpture framework designed to develop creative responses to the ecological crisis, through new ways of perceiving our relationship to the world.

How to obtain

Admission £10 (£8 conc.) including a picnic lunch in the forest. Booking essential - 01392 832277 or info@ccanw.co.uk

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