Art-Making in the Anthropocene is a series of 8 free online talks/discussions and an online concert, which bring together Scottish and international artists, activists, and academics from across disciplines to explore what art-making can be in this time of ecological emergency.

Art-Making in the Anthropocene is funded by a Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Workshop grant, and co-organized by Dr Emily Doolittle, Dr Sarah Hopfinger, and Dr Stuart MacRae at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Click here to read the Programme Booklet.
Recordings are available of past events. Please contact artmaking@rcs.ac.uk if you would like to receive a link.

Art-Making in the Anthropocene Concert

Please relive the concert with us which originally premiered on Tuesday 27 April 2021 at 17:00 BST , performed by Katherine Wren and Nordic Viola. Click here to access the concert (the video will be available after premiere). 

Music for the Anthropocene

Ailie Robertson – *sky dance
Aileen Sweeney – *siku
Antonia Kattou – *it’s a sad child that destroys its own weather
Martin Suckling – *Her lullaby
Emily Doolittle – Gardenscape
Lisa Robertson – Machair
Anna Appleby – Hrakningar

* pieces selected from our Scotland-wide call for scoes

Performed by Nordic Violia: Helen Brew (flute), Anne Bunnemann (violin), David Hubbard (bassoon), Janet Larsson (flute), Emily Nenniger (violin), Ruth Rowlands (cello), Katherine Wren (viola)

For more information please contact ArtMaking@rcs.ac.uk

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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