What is the purpose of environmental art? When, in 2012, I was thinking about setting up an environmental arts organisation, that was the question I was repeatedly asked.

Today, One Network for Conservation and the Arts (ONCA) is a charity, gallery and performance space in inner-city Brighton that uses creativity to address issues of ecological change. We organise and host exhibitions, outreach, community engagement and debate. We have attracted patrons including Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and the writer Robert Macfarlane, provided exhibition space and inspiration to over 4,000 artists and ...


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