Invisible Dust

London | Tuesday 23 July
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Yorkshire artists and young people to present ‘Future Fossils’

13th – 15th September 2019Rotunda Museum, Scarborough As part of this year’s Yorkshire Fossil Festival in Scarborough, we are...

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International Women and Climate Summit ‘Under Her Eye’ to return in 2020

Autumn 2020, London This week marks one year since ‘Under Her Eye’ – our two day art and science...

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Artist Q&A: Rodrigo Lebrun

Rodrigo Lebrun, exhibited his work ‘Green (Screen) Dreams’, twice with Invisible Dust, first at York Mediale (27/09/18 – 06/10/18),...

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Natalie Lee: A Year as an Invisible Dust Young Curator

Young Curator Natalie Lee shares her experiences working with Invisible Dust.  Natalie at Whitby Library for Encounters and Cook...

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Seagulls and Soundscapes – Sound Artist Rob Mackay on ECOde

We were delighted to have Sound Artist Rob Mackay work with us as part of the ECOde project team....

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Layla Hendow: A Year as an Invisible Dust Young Curator

Young Curator Layla Hendow shares her experiences working with Invisible Dust. Young Curators, Natalie and Layla This year, Natalie...

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Invisible Dust joins its cultural partners to declare a Climate and Ecological Emergency

  Culture Declares Emergency ceremony outside Tate Modern.  We are invigorated to join ‘Culture Declares Emergency’ a new movement...

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North Lincolnshire Museum – Artist Takeover

To coincide with Rodrigo Lebrun’s exhibition ‘Green (Screen) Dreams’ at North Lincolnshire Museum, Invisible Dust held a series of activities...

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Young coders share the sounds of Scarborough with the world

ECOde participants venture out in to Scarborough to capture sounds of the sea. Photo credit Esme Mai Photography, courtesy...

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Interview with Artist in Residence: Nii Obodai

    Ghanaian photographer Nii Obodai, is our current artist in residence, exploring the waterways of the East Riding...

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