A new step towards an ecological rhetoric

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Martyn Windsor’s review brings Weather Station (part 1) back to life again with new light and clarity. Published in a-n review.

Martyn is an artist, writer and curator who is currently working as communications manager at Spacex, Exeter’s contemporary visual arts organisation, an Arts Editor for The Clearing Magazine which publishes writing and artwork concerned with landscape and place, and an Exhibition Co-ordinator for the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW) an internationally recognised body for intersections in nature and culture in the UK. Thanks for for finding the time to visit us Martyn!

There are scratches on the surface of the world

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Weather Station (part1) reviewed by the wonderful Rowan Lear and published in contemporary art magazine This is Tomorrow

Last chance to see Weather Station (Part 1)


Friday 10 July and Saturday 11 July, 11am – 5pm at the OSR Project Space

West Coker School take the Weather Station out for a walk

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West Coker School’s Discovery Class (Reception and Year 1) took the Weather Station out to explore the village yesterday. No children were squashed in the making of this slightly unusual art workshop.

The Weather Station (Part 1) exhibition is open tomorrow between 11am – 5pm, at the OSR Project Space, and continues on Thursday 9, Friday 10 and Saturday 11 July.

Coffee & Cake


…. and a bit of art. We really enjoyed hosting the West Coker coffee morning on Wednesday, what a great turnout. It was especially lovely to have a conversation with Gladice who, now in her 90’s, used to run dance classes at the Old School Room with her husband. We hope to see you all back at the OSR for more coffee and cake soon.

An egg hopper, a top hat and a tent

preview_tophat Thank you to all of you that made it to the OSR Project Space yesterday, what a great evening. Alongside those that travelled from Plymouth, Exeter, the Blackdown Hills, Gloucestershire, Bristol, Bath, London and lots of places in between, we had one of the largest turn outs from West Coker and the surrounding areas since we opened our doors in 2011. Thank you. You can see some photos of the evening here

Here we are


We thought after nearly four years of exhibitions and events it was about time that we let you know where we are. Thanks John Burton Signs and Designs on Iron (East Coker)


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