Thursday, 16 June 2011

new on our newspage

The Greening Design Forum, hosted by the Society for British Theatre Designers, will discuss sustainability in the theatre industry, at the Old Vic Tunnels, London, 22 June.

The morning after the solstice, 22 June, in Glasgow, a DIY chorus will sing to the sunrise.

A conference on the conflicts over goals and values arising in conservation and in the maintenance of biodiversity has sponsored four artists' residencies to explore conflicts and their contexts. The organisers are the Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability, and the artists are Dalziel and Scullion, using film and sculpture; Helen Denerley, who re-uses scrap metal to create sculptures inspired by the animal world; Huw Warren, pianist and composer; and Esther Woolfson, writer.

New productions:
A Funeral for Lost Species by Feral Theatre, a TippingPoint commission, comes to the Green Man Festival in Wales, in August.

My Last Car, by 509 Theatre, again a TippingPoint commission, will be at the Warwick Arts Centre in October.

University College Falmouth is offering funded PhD's, some of which have an environment and arts connection. Interviews early July.

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