Contact Us

Cape Farewell is an international not-for-profit programme based at the University of Arts London: Chelsea, with a North American foundation based at the MaRS centre in Toronto. We bring artists, scientists and educators together to collectively address and raise awareness about climate change.

Please get in contact if you would like to find out more about any aspect of the Cape Farewell project, or if you are interested in supporting us or making a donation.

London Office

University of the Arts Chelsea
16 John Islip Street

3rd floor, block E
London SW1P 4JU
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Phone: +44 (0)20 7514 8079

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Cape Farewell's London office heads our international programme of activity. We are based in the Chelsea College of Arts, part of the University of Arts London, next door to Tate Britain in Pimlico. Reaching us is easy, with close and convenient bus routes, tube and rail stations nearby, including Vauxhall and Victoria. See useful information on public transport options, parking, access and maps on the Chelsea College of Arts website.
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Toronto Office

The Cape Farewell Foundation, based at the MaRS Centre in Toronto, runs our North American programme.

Press and Media Enquiries

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Core Team

Click to find profiles and details of our core team, board members and advisors.

David Buckland - Director
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Ruth Little - Associate Director
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Lucy Wood - Programme Director
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Claire Sykes - Curator and Programming Director
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Olivia Gray - Project Manager
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Richard Slack - Finance Manager
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Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey, Stranded, 2005-2006
David Buckland, Icesheet, 2003
David Buckland, founder and director of Cape Farewell, in sub-zero kit during the 2005 expedition.
Youth crew head to shore in the zodiac during the 2007 Youth Expedition.
Siobhan Davies, Endangered Species, 2006 (still)
William Hunt, Earth, Wind and Fire, 2007 (still)
The Noorderlicht locked in ice at Tempelfjorden, just North of the 79th parallel, during the 2005 Art/Science Expedition.
View of the Noorderlicht in the icy waters around Spitsbergen during the 2003 expedition.
Ludvig Hammeken and Suba Subramaniam work with school children as part of Uummannaq Day at Southbank Centre, January 2009.
Gautier Deblonde, from The Svalbard Series, 2003-2005
Scientist Kathryn Clark sampling the river water in San Pedro during the 2009 Andes Expedition. Photographer: Ana Cecilia Gonzales-Vigil.
Amy Balkin in conversation with Simon Boxall during the 2007 Art/Science Expedition.
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Cape Farewell pioneers a cultural response to climate change.