Cambridge Sustainability Residency founder, Marina Velez, was invited to attend the Festival for the Earth at University of Venice, Ca’ Foscari, organised by artist and cultural manager Maria Rebecca Ballestra. […]
This short interview with artist and CSRes participant Laura Denning illustrates how works which started during the residency unfold and develop through time and contacts. Laura went on to present […]
This summer CSRes founder Marina Velez was invited to present at White Wood Forum, in Scotland. Marina had the opportunity to meet three people who collaborated closely with Joseph Beuys, […]
Bringing sustainability into the discussion of contemporary artistic practice is today a necessity and this group of artists and researchers are contributing to the achievement of this goal through their […]
18th – 30th July, Ruskin 205, Cambridge School of Art Show of works and farewell party Ruskin Gallery on Saturday 30th July 5-8 pm This July the School of Art […]
Winner of the Sustainability Art Prize 2016, Artists Activists is being interviewed by Cambridge Sustainability Residency, touching issues concerning art practices in the times of the Anthropocene. What […]
The Sustainability Art Prize for students Private View saw a full house at the Ruskin Gallery on Thursday 14th April. The commended works are Roots by Cathy Faithfull, a BA […]
Belonging is a word that seems to speak about boundaries, it gives us a ‘home’ but it also can erect ‘walls’. In a culture defined by individual possessions (or belongings) […]
Cambridge Sustainability Residency collaborated with the Global Sustainability Institute and the Cambridge School of Art to create this one day symposium which will extend into a cross-disciplinary research.
Cambridge Sustainability Residency artist’s work featuring on the Cambridge School of Art 2016/2017 brochure.