Floreligium

We have been invited to curate, produce and contribute work to various public exhibitions.

 

We support targeted audiences and wider publics to engage with creative practice and deepen their knowledge of local environments through workshops, events and other encounters.

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Exhibitions & Encounters

Exhibitions

Beneath our feet (working title), July 2022 - January 2023
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery Cafe, Exeter
Working with RAMM's Youth Panel to explore storytelling through plants and supporting the group to curate their own exhibition for the museum's cafe. Part of our youth programme nurturing environmental literacy in young people. 
Supported by The Arts Fund

 

Recalibration September 2021
Custom House, Exeter
A solo exhibition of new work by Marcus Vergette inviting a re-evaluation of our relationship with the natural world, curated and produced by Honeyscribe

 

Apiculture: Bees and the Art of Pollination (2014)
Peninsula Arts, University of Plymouth and Spacex, Exeter (2016) 
A group show curated by Amy Shelton including work by Anthony Burrill, Susan Derges, Tessa Farmer, Alec Finlay, Sarah Gillespie, Rob Kesseler, Peter Randall-Page, Thomas Thwaites, Marcus Vergette and Bill Woodrow.

Collaborations (2014)

Robert-Koepke-Haus, Schwalenberg, Germany

an exhibition by Amy Shelton & John Burnside as part of The Song of the Earth International Authors Festival

Re-making Nature (2017)
Wellcome Collection, London

Honeyscribe was commissioned by Wellcome Collection to create, produce and deliver public events in the Reading Room at Wellcome Collection accompanying 'Making Nature'

there were our own / there were the others, (2014)
A collaboration with Alec Finlay. Commissioned by National Trust Supported by Arts Council England

London Literature Festival, Southbank Centre, London (2013)
Honeyscribe curated and programmed a strand of Nature themed events for the London Literature Festival 2013 commissioned by James Runcie Head of Literature & Spoken Word Southbank

Events & Encounters