Anne-Marie Culhane and the Art of Invitation

With Ruth Ben-Tovim, Anne-Marie Culhane and Lucy Neal This course is back by popular demand. Are you looking for effective ways to bring groups of people together and maintain their involvement? Are you trying to encourage people to respond to the social and ecological challenges of our time and become active in the world? Would you like to explore more creative ways of engaging communities? Do you want to find out about inspirational ways to reach and include more diverse groups of people? Do you want to learn about the craft of… Read More

Earthwalking with Anne-Marie CULHANE

Walking from Beer to Sidmouth this past Tuesday and Wednesday while enjoying and contemplating the landscape, the mind-boggling weather and inspiring talks by among others Professor Tim Lenton, Professor of Climate Change, Earth System Science, at the University of Exeter; Tom Powell, Researcher, Land Use/Earth Systems Interactions, University of Exeter and Dr Ceri Lewis, Marine Biologist, University of Exeter (photo), Anne-Marie CULHANE‘s Earthwalking event has clearly been a success with about thirty participants. An experience to treasure and which will hopefully lead to more of these walks and gatherings.

Anne-Marie CULHANE in Soil Culture at create

Anne-Marie CULHANE takes part in the exhibition Soil Culture at create in Bristol, Green Capital of Europe, that is opened this Saturday by Alys FOWLER. The exhibition is a summer celebration of 2015 UN International Year of Soils. Since last summer, the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW) has supported twelve artist residencies with different hosts across the South West and at the Royal Botanic Gardens. The exhibition shows the work that was developed during these residencies. Anne-Marie CULHANE worked in conjunction with staff and students, creating activities and carrying out research and exploring the potential… Read More

Anne-Marie CULHANE and Earthwalking

On 14 and 15 July Anne-Marie CULHANE devises the event Earthwalking, a two-day journey walking the East-Devon Coast. This event is part of an Exeter Enquires residency co-ordinated by Arts & Culture at Exeter University and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. For this residency Anne-Marie Culhane has been working with Tim Lenton (Professor of Climate Change), Dr.Luke Mander and Tom Powell in Earth System Science at the University of Exeter. Earthwalking reflects Anne-Marie Culhane’s passion for designing creative, interdisciplinary projects. Her practice includes creating events that… Read More