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It’s officially autumn and a major new phase for Arts & Ecology begins – not least that I am PROMISING that we will blog three times a week from now on. There is so much interesting information coming through to us and we’d like to highlight some of the things we find brilliant, or problematic, and also use the blog to raise questions or simply update you all on what we are doing.

It’s officially autumn and a major new phase for Arts & Ecology begins – not least that I am PROMISING that we will blog three times a week from now on. There is so much interesting information coming through to us and we’d like to highlight some of the things we find brilliant, or problematic, and also use the blog to raise questions or simply update you all on what we are doing.

We are launching the project as a Centre next month, with the aim of it becoming an international hub for debate and action.

A major new website is being built which will go live in November. There will be four full-time staff including an extremely well respected writer, William Shaw, as the full time editor for the site who joins the team next Monday.

The amazingly creative team which is Kerr Noble is designing a new brand for Arts & Ecology. The Centre continues at the RSA which is a brilliant home and context for its activities – cross disciplinary, with arguably the largest free lecture series in the country, international, and with a growing Fellowship. If you don’t know the organisation, please go to the website which holds the organisation’s history and current work.

More news on Friday.

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