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Re-Wilding Practice: A Year-Long Program for Art and Environmental Sustainability

Re-wilding Practice is a year-long intensive research and practice-based program developed by Feral Art School in collaboration with an industry partner, G F Smith (a paper manufacturer).

Together with nine other artists, I am excited to have the opportunity to “re-wild” my creative practice by exploring, observing, and researching innovative paper production processes aimed at reducing environmental impact.

As someone who is passionate about environmental and social justice, I use my painting practice to raise awareness of habitats impacted by the climate crisis. I am new to exploring the possibilities of paper in my artwork, and I am particularly interested in learning about the environmental concerns and practices of such a large global industry.

Further information:

Feral Re-wilding Practice programme
GF smith


Alternative art schools:

Feral art School
The Other MA
Turps art school