Film, Books & More

"Cape Farewell is committed to the notion that artists can engage the public in this issue, through creative insight and vision. The Arctic is an extraordinary place to visit. It is a place in which to be inspired, a place which urges us to face up to what it is we stand to lose."
David Buckland, 2007

Our ambition is to make our work as public as possible, to create a new bank of imagery and ideas to communicate the challenge of climate change. We have published a large body of media, ranging from blogs broadcast direct from the expeditions, to books, films and educational resources. Our ongoing programme of exhibitions and events is designed to communicate our ambitions and engage a wide audience. More specifically our new universities programme and youth programme both seek to directly engage with a new generation of creative and scientific thinkers.

Sending the daily blogs back by satelite during the 2007 Art/Science Expedition
Burning Ice: Art & Climate Change, the first major book title from Cape Farewell
Time Magazine's Pictures of the Year 2007 featuring Nick Cobbing's photograph 2007 Art/Science Expedition
Transmitting the daily blogs and media by satelite phone in rough seas during the 2007 Art/Science Expedition
Director David Hinton, cameraman Philip Chavannes and sound recordist Albert Bailey filming at Kongsfjord in 2004
The DVD - Art From a Changing Arctic
The Noorderlicht locked in ice at Tempelfjorden, just North of the 79th parallel, during the 2005 Art/Science Expedition
Life in the Water, the Cape Farewell GCSE Science resource, available as a free download
In sub-zero kit at Tempelfjorden, just North of the 79th parallel, during the 2005 Art/Science Expedition
Sailing between Lonyearbyen and Ny-Alesund, Svalbard during the 2007 Youth Expedition
The Noorderlicht sails through sea ice during the 2007 Art/Science Expedition
The High Arctic, GCSE Geography teachers manual, student resource and interactive CD - designed to engage students in real and relevant science
David Buckland in sub-zero kit during the 2005 Art/Science Expedition
Max Eastleys ARCTIC album available on CD and exclusive to Cape Farewell
Time Magazine feature page and cover

Time Magazine's Pictures of the Year 2007 featuring Nick Cobbing's photograph 2007 Art/Science Expedition.