Artists in Conversation

The Elms (CN4C), 61 Green Lane, Redruth, TR15 1LS

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Saturday 15 November 2014
4pm - 8pm
Booking recommended

Convened by Rachel Hindley, hosted by Back Lane West

Introduced by Daro Montag - Co-Director of CCANW and leader of RANE

Including refreshments and a light supper, this event marks the beginning in a series of talks and discussions titled Artists in Conversation to be developed further in 2015.

The discussions aim to add to the legacy, and widening of the debate, around the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World’s (CCANW) Soil Culture Project, which included the Soil Culture Forum held at Falmouth University earlier in 2014 in collaboration with the University’s RANE (Research in Art, Nature, and the Environment).

Three rounds of artist residencies have been organised by CCANW in the SW, aimed at encouraging an exploration of the importance of soil, providing dedicated time for experimentation, research, and the development of new artworks. It is from these residencies that Artists in Conversation has invited its contributers.

The event on Saturday 15 November is the pilot of the expected 2015 series, and Artists in Conversation has invited 1st round residency artist Jonny Briggs, and filmmaker Zoe Young, to be the first contributors.

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