Good News From Nowhere: Final Week

As Good News from Nowhere: Building in the Countryside enters its last week the exhibition will host two final events, a Saturday afternoon workshop providing first-hand insight into the reality of running a farm and an evening panel discussion exploring village halls and other rural public buildings, offering those who haven't yet seen the show, or want to visit it again in a new context, the perfect opportunity. 

Plus don't miss your last chance to buy a selection of unique gifts from the shops in the AF Project Space at an exclusive SALE on Friday 20 December, 12–6pm.

Good News From Nowhere: Cows, Conservation and Controversy
Saturday 14 December 2013, 2–5 pm

Visit The AF Project Space for an afternoon session of conversation, film screenings and collective sausage making, providing first-hand insight into the reality of running a farm, husbandry and conservation policies. With: John Edwards Atkinson, farmer and Lead Ranger South Lakes, Cumbria, and Maria Benjamin, artist and filmmaker.

Tickets: Admission free. This afternoon session will be run on an informal drop-in basis. 

Good News From Nowhere: Halls, Buildings, Public Use
Tuesday 17 December 2013, 7pm

A panel discussion exploring the process of re-imagining and rebuilding the current Coniston Cricket Pavilion, alongside other ongoing projects such as the Coniston Institute, Lawson Park Farm and the Honest Shop. Speakers will include: Adam Sutherland, director Grizedale Arts; the Winner of the architecture competition for the Coniston Cricket Pavilion; and Kieran Long, Senior Curator of Contemporary Architecture, Design and Digital at the V&A.

Tickets: Admission free. RSVP essential via Eventbrite due to limited capacity.

Good News from Nowhere: Building in the Countryside is supported by:
Grants for the Arts – Arts Council England
Creative Industries Fund NL, Grants for Architecture
Kulturstiftung Des Bundes 

This exhibition was selected through the 2013 AF Project Space Open Call.

Image: Cricket. Courtesy