Keeping the Bees

Call for Art

Keeping the Bees: The Importance of Pollinators

June 16 – July 28, 2019

Over 75% of the flowering plants on earth rely on animals and insects for pollination, including nearly 75% of our food crops. Without these creatures such as hummingbirds, bats, bees, beetles, butterflies, and flies, these plants would not be able to produce fruits and seeds, which would be devastating to people and the planet. Join Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods in bringing attention to the importance and plight of the pollinator in this group art exhibition. We are accepting work in all visual media and styles that feature or are in some way related to pollinators. See below for online resources for more information on pollinators.

Submission Deadline: May 15, 2019


Humans Of The Earth: HOTE Gallery Is Accepting Submission For Its "WHAT CLIMATE?!"  Exhibition. 


The issues of climate change are in no way new, but according to recent news, the speed and sheer magnitude of the impact have been underestimated throughout the last decades. As cities are being erased by wildfires, and islands disappearing due to rising sea levels and storms;  new reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the National Climate Assessment sound the alarm on the grim, fast-moving global climate impact.  

The exhibit will focus on the issues relating to Climate Change, sustainability, ecology, pollution, and the environment. 

OPEN CALL: Power Up Workshops

Duration: 3 days
Activity: Workshops
Dates: 20-22 February 2019
Funding: Fee £600 with additional costs for travel, accommodation and materials
Deadline for applications: 12pm, Monday 5th November 2018

We believe that science and technology will not only shape the future of energy production and our environment: the arts have a role to play in shaping our responses and imagination. ‘Power Up’ is an exhibition of workshops and films aimed at children aged 7-12 years old, which examines how our use of energy impacts our planet. We are inviting proposals to deliver a workshop during Brighton Science Festival that responds to these themes and shows how art can help bring change and awareness.

Sailing Residencies with Sail Britain

Sail Britain is a unique project exploring the British coastline through research, the creative arts and engagement with communities. We explore the sea and the coastline from multidisciplinary viewpoints, highlighting the cultural importance of our relationship with the ocean and the connection between ecological issues and society.


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