“If you’d like to….Dartmoor” and “Approaching an Exchange: Dartmoor”
Presented as part of “Art, Ecology and the Economy”
23rd January – March 28th, 2010
Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Exeter, Devon UK and
Duchy Square Centre for Creativity, Dartmoor, Devon, UK
Admission Free – Open Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 4pm
Anna Keleher and Claire Long are showing a number of collaborative photographic, sculptural and audio outcomes and are represented at both venues. They are also presenting a live event/walk which will be led by Anna and Mark Keleher.
Participate in The Exchange – 28th March , 11 am – 4 pm – Walk leaves from Duchy Square
Artists Anna Keleher and Claire Long invite you to add your voice to the growing community of Exchange participants. “ If you could share an element of your life or culture with the original inhabitants of a Bronze Age dwelling what would you choose?” Journey with Anna and Mark Keleher by hire van and on foot to a nearby Bronze Age roundhouse dwelling on Dartmoor. Drink tea, eat cake and share elements of your lives and cultures with the Original Inhabitants.
Free event includes walk, tea and Exchange. Booking essential. Please call Duchy Square on 01822 890822
“Art, Ecology and the Economy” – Full Exhibition details
Art, Ecology and the Economy’ is a developmental collaboration between two leading organisations involved in the creative arts, operating on either side of Dartmoor. It is initiated by the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World in Haldon Forest, near Exeter, working in collaboration with the Duchy Square Centre for Creativity in the centre of Princetown.
The project takes the form of an exhibition in two parts, displayed simultaneously and four forums. Its aim is to demonstrate how environmentally friendly approaches to manufacture and collaboration can help make the creative industries more profitable. In turn, they will show how profitable creative industries impact on other important regional industries, particularly tourism, by providing products and services that enhance local distinctiveness. Examples of work and case studies focus on the Greater Dartmoor area, but also on other predominantly rural areas in the UK and abroad (incl. Europe and Africa).Some artists (this includes designers and makers of all kinds) were invited to exhibit and others were chosen from an ‘open submission’. We have sought to include work which addresses ecological concerns and which has the potential to be developed into viable and successful ‘green’ businesses.”
Forum : Wood Culture (CCANW) Thursday 28 January
Forum : Wool Culture (Duchy Square) Thursday 11 February
Forum : Water Culture (CCANW) Thursday 25 February
Forum : Establishing Cultures ( Duchy Square) Thursday 18 March
Each forum lasts from 10am – 4pm.
See the CCANW website www.ccanw.co.uk for list of speakers. Admission £10 (£8 conc). Booking essential, phone 01392 382277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org