A Wednesday Nov. 3rd, 10th, 17th. A series of discussions exploring the public right to culture across Britain’s largest waterway. The Thames Estuary serves many purposes. As the country’s major waterway and shipping channel, it was once the centre of the British Empire controlling a quarter of the world’s land via sea. It includes some … Continue reading The Thames Estuary: A Creative Commons?
It was the summer after the pandemic first hit. We had been told to only meet outside. I lived in Margate. A coastal town sprawling across the northern shores of the long lost Isle of Thanet. My friend Joe had responded to the news of needing to meet outside by inviting me to learn to … Continue reading Nayland Rock
Do you know we are living in the Anthropocene? What is it? What’s its story? The Anthropocene Exploratory group addresses these questions. Started as reading group in Canterbury, the group has branched out to Margate with a film series on nature documentaries in the Anthropocene. David Attenborough’s documentaries rule the anglophone imagination of nature. This … Continue reading Nature Documentary in the Anthropocene (2020)