Birds of the Future

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Neil Mabbs and Stephen Fowler devised a drawing workshop for students as part of a collaboration with the RSPB for their Futurescapes project that aims to raise awareness of wildlife decline in the UK. Bird specimens were loaned from Oxford University Museum … Read More

We’re Here Now

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We’re here now! during the summer of 2014 was the first of a series of festivals of visual arts, showcasing the work of fine art, design and craft students, as well as allumini, from Banbury & Bicester College and Oxford … Read More

Lost & Found Feedback

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Selected feedback from our first exhibition at The North Wall, Oxford 28th May – 13th June 2014 Responses from arts and science professionals to requests for specific feedback on content and relevance to audiences Kate White, Head of Access & … Read More

Lost & Found in Oxford

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Lost and Found Exhibition at The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford We’re planning our next Lost & Found openings:  Later this year on August 12th we open at ONCA in Brighton and building on the success of the We’re Here Now! festivals during … Read More

Bombus!

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Jane King has been photographing the collection of UK bumblebee species – 27 in all –  at Oxford University Museum of Natural History (OUMNH), for Lost & Found. Some of the specimens are very old, dating from the 19th and … Read More

An Inventory of Loss

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Junk, rubbish, things rejected, commodities consumed, and objects no longer functional, fill the shelves and tables of charity shops and car boot sales. Many of these objects, no longer of any use, no longer desired, become ageing divas, withered and hoarse, … Read More

Valuables

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My work addresses concerns about the state of the natural world in the UK and the steady decline in biodiversity – of many plant and animal species – over the past half century. Since 2009 I have been working with … Read More

Lost & Found

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  Lost & Found is a multi-media installation created by Oxfordshire based artists Jane King and Neil Mabbs, in collaboration with scientists from Oxford University Natural History Museum and Professor Dave Goulson at the University of Sussex. The work explores … Read More

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