Episode 4: The Art World and Sustainability: Part I

In this episode the Earth Bodies collective will be discussing some of the reasons why we believe the art world, in its current state, isn’t environmentally sustainable. We will be covering topics from the materials we use, to the exhibitions we go to see, and much more. Resources we used and discussed in this episode are listed below for you.

This series was recorded online during lockdown so apologies for any sound quality issues.

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Art Education in Lockdown Let's Talk About Art

In the final episode of the series we discuss our thoughts on beginning the final year of our Fine Art degree during the pandemic, we will be speaking about how current and past restrictions have changed our experience of education and how both universities and students are having to adapt. We hope you've enjoyed this series, it would be amazing to hear your feedback. Our social media is earthbodiescollective on Instagram and Facebook, and the same for our email address @gmail.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  1. Art Education in Lockdown
  2. Getting into Art Education: The Art Foundation Diploma
  3. The Art World and Sustainability: Part II
  4. The 'Creative Block' and Methods of Making Art
  5. The Art World and Sustainability: Part I


Overlay: Contemporary Art and Art of Prehistory by Lucy Lippard

Has Modernism Failed? by Suzi Gablik

The Reenchantment of Art by Suzi Gablik





‘Goodbye Art World, Hello Art Industry: How the Art Market Has Transformed—Radically—Over the Past 30 Years’ on ArtNews

Published by earthbodiescollective

Bristol based arts collective made up of four young female artists. Our passion is making art more environmentally sustainable and demystifying the contemporary art world.

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