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Tania Kovats and Jonathan Dove for ArtCOP21
Jarvis Cocker does Disko Bay
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Climate Change 2007: Synthesis Report – Summary for Policymakers, Amy Balkin, 2008 (still)
Cape Farewell has a new home at The Science Museum's Dana Centre.
New radio play by Mikhail Durnenkov inspired by his expedition with Cape Farewell in 2010, first broadcast on BBC... ›
Our Twitter Residency continues this month with Cape Farewell's Natasha Freedman.
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Find out why Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada was sent Burning Ice
The exploration of our 2011 Expedition began last December with a meeting of 40 artists, scientists, funders,... ›
Cape Farewell launches Speakgreen, an exciting new project supporting young people to take challenging and creative... ›
We are delighted to announce that novelist Ian McEwan has released his highly anticipated and acclaimed new book Solar
On her return from the 2010 expedition theatre director Deborah Warner writes for The Independent
Lucy & Jorge Orta present Amazonia at the Natural History Museum, London, UK
Cape Farewell presents the brilliant new film, Burning Ice, directed by award winning Peter Gilbert and based on the... ›
Beth Derbyshire's Anthem opened the Winter Season of Cape Farewell events at Eden Project on 14 Nov 2009. The... ›
Beth Derbyshire's Anthem opened the Winter Season of Cape Farewell events at Eden Project in Nov 2009. The exhibition... ›
Join artists Alex Hartley and Dan Harvey as they discuss the expeditions and their work at the Yorkshire Sculpture... ›
A series of conversations with voyagers including Jarvis Cocker and Siobhan Davies and an exhibition of Cape Farewell... ›
NOWHEREISLAND, Alex Hartley's island project discovered during the 2004 expedition, wins 2012 Cultural Olympiad... ›
Michèle Noach invites you to A Mice Too Far, an exhibition at The Rectory Gallery - including work inspired by her... ›
Join Cape Farewell on 3 Sept as Siobhan Davies, Greg Hilty and Ruth Little discuss art and environmental issues, part... ›
Join Lemn Sissay, David Lan, Ruth Little and David Buckland at the London Literature Festival, Southbank Centre, on... ›
A green field, a green event; hear all about Cape Farewell's event at Latitude Festival, when David Buckland was... ›
Cape Farewell voyagers present at the Nobel Laureate Symposium, initiated by the Sustainability Leadership Programme... ›
Climate Scientist Mark Maslin and artists Lemn Sissay & Suba Subramaniam discuss their expedition experiences with... ›
Join Cape Farewell at the Salisbury International Arts Festival 18 May - 24 June 2009 for artworks, talks and film... ›
Marcus Brigstocke, David Buckland and Antony Gormley discuss the role of creative and artistic responses to climate... ›
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Cape Farewell's Rural Artist in Residence Nessie Reid, presents 'The Milking Parlour'
An exhibition of new work from Chris Drury and Kay Syrad as part of our Rural Residency Programme
Creative action in response to our city's air pollution crisis - a weekend of events at Somerset House this January
An online poetry project for young writers developed by Cape Farewell, in partnership with The Poetry Society
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