Journal

10.11.2022

Reflections on the NPO – and new chapters

01.12.2021

Invisible Dust at the 3rd annual IACCCA Symposium

15.11.2021

Watchback Elizabeth Wathuti at COP26 and Forecast

22.10.2021

Ryan Gander’s sculpture approved by the Scarborough council planning committee

10.08.2021

UnNatural History Exhibition Talks: In conversation with artists Tania Kovats and Andy Holden

22.06.2021

New art-science events on health and nature – from 1st July

03.06.2021

UnNatural History attracts a 4* Review in Times + other press

20.04.2021

We’re Hiring! Treasurer for our board

09.04.2021

Nature, Health and ‘UnNatural History’

01.04.2021

Corridor8 Review: Skyline, Shoreline, Treetop Messanger

03.03.2021

Artists in our Forecast Programme

16.02.2021

Forecast events series launch

29.12.2020

Shoreline, Skyline, Treetop Messenger: a permanent testament to those moments of thinking while doing

16.11.2020

Invisible Dust’s team selected for Festival UK* 2022

30.09.2020

Meet the #GardentoGarden competition winners!

02.09.2020

What do bees do when they are not at work?

11.08.2020

Meet the Garden to Garden Competition Judging Panel

10.08.2020

Free bird illustration workshops with Juneau Projects this August

10.08.2020

The importance of genetic diversity in the Anthropocene

29.07.2020

Join in with the birds with Juneau Projects

21.07.2020

The #GardentoGarden competition

29.06.2020

Invisible Dust is looking to appoint a Marketing Associate

17.06.2020

Introducing new project ‘Garden to Garden’ with South Cliff Gardens, Scarborough

21.04.2020

This Earth Day: Take a voyage in the life of your role models

18.03.2020

Is there a link between biodiversity loss, wildlife-trade and Covid-19?

10.02.2020

Kasia Molga’s Human Sensor on BBC Radio

13.01.2020

Alice Sharp at DAVOS 2020: Art and Private Investment in the fight for Climate and SDG’s

12.12.2019

Corridor8 review of Nii Obodai: Of Natural Magic

25.11.2019

Estabrak exhibition opens at Ferens Art Gallery

11.11.2019

BBC reports: Climate change: ‘Clear and unequivocal’ emergency, say scientists

05.07.2019

Yorkshire artists and young people to present ‘Future Fossils’

09.05.2019

Artist Q&A: Rodrigo Lebrun

30.04.2019

Natalie Lee: A Year as an Invisible Dust Young Curator

24.04.2019

Seagulls and Soundscapes – Sound Artist Rob Mackay on ECOde

09.04.2019

Layla Hendow: A Year as an Invisible Dust Young Curator

03.04.2019

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

01.04.2019

North Lincolnshire Museum – Artist Takeover

27.02.2019

Young coders share the sounds of Scarborough with the world

18.02.2019

Interview with Artist in Residence: Nii Obodai

20.12.2018

Invisible Dust and the United Nations Development Programme

10.12.2018

On Tour with ‘Shore: How We See the Sea’

04.12.2018

Many Hands – Scarborough Science and Engineering Week 2018

26.11.2018

Making the commons visible

22.11.2018

The End of Ash?

07.11.2018

Global Action Plan – #25YearsofAction

31.10.2018

WHO Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health

26.10.2018

New Creative Scotland award: ‘Shore’

09.10.2018

It’s time to act – IPCC report on climate change

20.08.2018

Many Hands Project

09.08.2018

Future of Our Seas project update

07.08.2018

In the news: “Hothouse Earth”

02.07.2018

Cooking up a Storm: Finding James Cook

29.06.2018

10 years to save the planet

27.06.2018

Natalie Lee: Under Her Eye Review

22.06.2018

Guest blog post from Welcome to English

01.06.2018

Under Her Eye LIVE

31.05.2018

Under Her Eye in the Guardian

13.04.2018

Young Curator’s Fellowship Programme

21.03.2018

Ahilapalapa Rands introduces ‘The Sewerby Cookbook’

16.10.2017

NERC funding announced

03.07.2017

Sounding The Sea: Symposium 2017

06.06.2017

Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Bik van Der Pol

31.05.2017

Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Mariele Neudecker

12.05.2017

Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Philip Hoare

08.05.2017

Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Jo Ruxton (Plastic Oceans)

09.03.2017

‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ – An Interview with Rob Mackay

23.02.2017

‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ – An Interview with Badgers of Bohemia

09.02.2017

‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’: an Interview with John Wedgwood Clarke

30.12.2016

‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ an Interview with Dr Magnus Johnson

01.12.2016

‘Offshore: Artists Visit Hull – Kasia Molga

20.10.2016

(TBT2) ‘Dryden Goodwin & Air Pollution’

06.10.2016

(TBT1) ‘HeHe & The Continuing Threat of Oil Spills’

10.08.2016

Dr Sam Illingworth writes poem about Human Sensor

28.07.2016

The Human Sensor at EuroScience Open Forum

24.07.2016

The first performance of The Human Sensor in Manchester

20.07.2016

Declaring war on air pollution

19.07.2016

Everyone can make a difference

16.03.2016

71% want London Mayor to tackle air pollution

07.03.2016

Every breath we take: the lifelong impact of air pollution

09.02.2016

Artistic and Political Responses to Air Pollution Research

08.01.2016

How are the goals in the Paris Agreement going to be met?

16.12.2015

COP21 and the Paris Pledge

11.12.2015

COP 21

09.12.2015

How does Adam Harris’ work relate to questions about the communication of climate change?

30.11.2015

Professor Stephan Lewandowsky on Climate Change and Social Norms

20.11.2015

COP21: key discussions explained.

17.09.2015

‘Provocative Plastics’ & Mariele Neudecker exhibition

25.05.2015

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine divests from coal

18.04.2015

Neudecker’s art & talks on the deep sea at the Wellcome

02.04.2015

Alice Sharp wins PEA Arts Award

09.10.2014

BALTIC 39: ‘A Lively Sense of Nature’ by Laura Harrington

28.08.2014

Family Workshops at the National Maritime Museum

28.10.2013

School workshops at British Science Festival 2013

03.05.2013

Mariele Neudecker speaks about her latest work on Radio 4

25.04.2013

Scientists: China’s Polluted Air Killing Japanese Trees

14.03.2013

Mariele Neudecker is Lead Artist for HOUSE 2013, Brighton Festival

01.02.2013

Images Matter in Climate Change Awareness

28.12.2012

Discovery of new underwater species!

12.12.2012

Elizabeth Price Speaks at Space Conference

11.12.2012

Video: the largest iceberg breakup premieres Friday

05.12.2012

Scientists Explore Antarctica’s Buried Lakes

28.10.2012

‘Bats in Space’ remixed

26.10.2012

‘Breathe’ covered by the Guardian

20.09.2012

What is Air pollution?

24.05.2012

First images from Mariele Neudecker in the Arctic

17.01.2012

Bad air and the 2012 Olympics

09.01.2012

Kings College fund artist in air pollution team

28.10.2011

Breathe with Dryden Goodwin and Effie Coe

06.05.2011

At the May Daze weekend

28.04.2011

Living Streets schools project

23.03.2011

Guardian coverage of HeHe Cambridge Lido installation

07.02.2011

View Tube Youth Project

15.11.2010

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