The Summer/Autumn months of 2021 have been very busy for the Mosses and Marshes project with an exciting schedule of public events, walks and talks, and exhibitions including:

Visit the Art Works pages to read about these activities or click on the individual links above.

Future events, Spring/Summer 2022

Australian exhibitions and public programming will continue with events at:

  • M16 Artspace, Canberra
  • Outback Arts Gallery, Coonamble, NSW

Watch out for further details for these and other events in both the UK and Australia.

We’d love to hear from you!

If you take part in any of the Mosses and Marshes activities as visitor to the wetland sites or exhibitions, workshop participant, artist or project partner, we would love to hear your thoughts. Your feedback will really help us to document the impact of the project and improve future events. Please click below to complete the short survey questionnaire. Many thanks for you time!

Other Past Events

The Future of Wetlands webinar, 25th March 2021

An event hosted online by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM). Andrew Howe presented a talk about the Mosses and Marshes project and arts and science collaborations. Robert Duff, project manager for Natural England gave a talk about the BogLIFE peatbog regeneration project and there followed a Q&A discussion chaired by Dave Pritchard, chair of CIWEM’s Art and Environment Network and chair of the Ramsar Culture Network

You can watch a recording of the webinar here:

Feb 2nd 2021 – World Wetlands Day

A joint launch of the project in Australia (via and UK on this website and social media with a promo video and a taster video of the collaborative artwork being created by Andrew Howe and Kim V. Goldsmith.

In the Media

The project has already featured in radio broadcasts on BBC Radio Shropshire and in New South Wales, Australia, and in local press. The project is attracting attention from environmental practitioners and related organisations.

We were delighted to be invited to contribute an article in the February 2021 edition of The Environment, the magazine for the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management. Read it via the link below:

The project also featured in the April 2021 edition of The Royal Horticultural Society’s magazine “The Garden”, alongside an informative article about using peat-free compost.

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