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Human Nature at Oxford Climate Forum

Tim Godwin, creative director of Human Nature was invited to speak at the launch event of the Oxford Climate Forum, the UK's largest student-led climate change conference. Other speakers at the event were prominent environmental lawyer Catherine Redgwell, Torsten...

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Fossil Funds Free Commitment for Human Nature

Human Nature was established to demonstrate that the arts can survive, and indeed thrive, on clean, fossil free money. Our artists explore our changing relationship with the environment, and we believe their time to be heard is now. That is why we have been pushing...

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How can Art help us Progress?

The role of art and artists in transitioning to a more sustainable society. By Charlotte Webster, Founder, Human Nature We live in a world craving better balance. The majority of us are looking for a more sustainable, progressive way of living and there is an ever...

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The Human Nature Manifesto

We've written a manifesto. We felt that it was needed to help define, and make more cohesive, the very diverse set of artists and art practices that we represent now, and hope to represent in the future. Written in conjunction with the artists involved in the Human...

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Virtual Reality at HN London: Natural Reality 2:1

Human Nature at 'The Art of Progress', 19 Greek Street, London 17 - 27 September. This is pretty much what we have in store for you in the heart of Soho in September. We’ve had enough of photographs, painting and sculpture so we thought we’d up the tempo, fuel the...

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Can Children get Creative with Environmental Art?

Patzi Shepperson from 'It's Our World' believes so. She explains how children are getting involved with a guest blog for Human Nature. What better medium than art to celebrate the environment, as seen through the eyes of its future custodians? From the Lascaux Cave...

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Video: Human Nature Bristol

Human Nature: Bristol from Charlotte Webster on Vimeo. In July 2015 Human Nature headed to Bristol, European Green Capital City this year, to explore our connection to nature through art. The two week show saw 800 people through the door, with our street artists also...

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Creating Europe’s biggest Environmental Art Street

Our Enchanted Garden: Darwin’s Wonderland, Leonard Lane, Bristol Some of the UK’s top environmental street artists have started work revitalising one of Bristol’s city centre streets in an attempt to create Europe’s biggest environmental art street. United by a desire...

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UK’s top Environmental Artists head to Bristol

Seven street artists to create Europe’s biggest ‘environmental art street’ Diverse mix of artists from London, Northern Ireland, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Kent, Poland and the South West come together in Europe’s Green Capital City Human Nature street art and show at...

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Human Nature Leeds Street Art trail in ‘Inspiring City’

We love 'Inspiring City', the London based street art blog. So we're chuffed they made it north to Leeds to check out our street art trail from earlier this year... Environmental Artists place their mark on Munro House in Leeds as Human Nature leaves its legacy June...

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Human Nature Leeds Street Art trail in ‘Inspiring City’

We love 'Inspiring City', the London based street art blog. So we're chuffed they made it north to Leeds to check out our street art trail from earlier this year... Environmental Artists place their mark on Munro House in Leeds as Human Nature leaves its legacy June...

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Blog: Consequences, Icarus and Solar Power

Can Greek Mythology help us beat Climate Change?     This is a sculpture of a man who suffered directly from the consequences of his actions. He has been depicted across time in oils, bronze, printing and pen. He has influenced not only visual artists but...

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New: Online Gallery

Couldn't make it to our last show? Don't panic. We've teamed up with The Gallery at Munro House to produce an online gallery, showing a number of works from the exhibition. Head to The Gallery at Munro House website for more.  ...

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ATM // Human Nature in The City Talking

“Are you recording?” ATM asks. He’s sitting languidly across from us in the far end of The Gallery at Munro House, his arms outstretched along the top of a sofa. We noticed dried yellow paint at the ends of his fingertips; he had just come back from painting a bird on...

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Human Nature in The Yorkshire Evening Post

Thursday 30 April 2015 MODERN artists in Leeds are giving the city’s culture vultures something to chew over. Artwork made out of chewing gum has gone on display as part of a gnaw-some exhibition that aims to highlight the impact people can have on the environment....

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