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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Amazonian butterflies photographed during Cape Farewell’s Andes Expedition, 2009. Photo: Ana Cecilia Gonzales Vigil.
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Working the Map
Beautiful artists' book by John Cumming: Working the Map – islanders and a changing environment
Introducing our new poet-in-residence Zia Ahmed, alongside performance poet Sabrina Mahfouz
Cape Farewell's Rural Artists in Residence at Duke's Auctioneers, Dorset
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