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Get in the know
A selection of the latest news from the art/ soil science community
An interesting idea for a soil-themed art activity!
This webinar hosted by the UKSoils in collaboration with the Soil Care Network on the topic of Bringing Soils to Life: Getting the public excited about soils is worth a look if you have not yet seen it!
Harbinger is the latest exhibition from Twisteddoll. Timed to coincide with COP26 curator Cat Dunn creates a physical and digital exhibition about marginalised communities dealing with the climate crisis by looking at human hair and skin against the Earths soil.
‘It’s time we stopped treating soil like dirt’ is the title of this video from Josh Toussaint-Strauss for The Guardian newspaper, we here at Our Living Soil say this is worth a watch!
The wonders of modern technology enabled us to deliver our first online workshop to twenty students – 10 from Churston Ferrers school in Devon, UK, and 10 from King’s Kids in Nairobi, Kenya – all learning in the same classroom. Aged 10-15, the students have spent 5 weeks learning about soil and how we can invite it back into our lives through creative writing and poetry
This month, part of our arts offering for the WCSS, Our Living Soil, has really started to get off the ground! ‘Soil Voices’ is an exciting programme being delivered on behalf of the BSSS by Jude Allen and Isla Robertson. They have been teasing us here in the office at BSSS with snippets from their work….