Since 1968 England’s Public Forest Estate has played host to artworks and initiatives across artforms. We believe that woodlands and forests are vital places for contemporary artists to engage with, to make and present new work.
Forest Art Works is a new partnership between Arts Council England and Forestry Commission England to support achieving great art for everyone in England's public forests.
Guardians of the Areng Valley is a major outdoor photography exhibition by internationally acclaimed photographer Luke Duggleby - Bedgebury Pinetum and Forest.
Semiconductor and Chris Watson collaborating with producer Iain Pate have been awarded two major commissions through the inaugural Jerwood Open Forest initiative.
Resident sound artists Antoine Bertin and Dawn Scarfe reveal their exploration and research of England's forests.
A remarkable new way for audiences to explore forests with their ears as well as eyes in four English forests during summer 2014. Composed by Daniel Jones and James Bulley.
This international showcase celebrates the very best in environmental photography and film. Now open for entries.
Discover art in the forest
If you are interested in exploring art and architecture in the forest landscape why not visit one of our flagship sites?
Kielder Art & Architecture
Unique architecture programme in Europe's largest plantation forest www.kielderartandarchitecture.com
Nr. Hexham, Northumberland
The UK's First Forest for Sculpture.
Nr. Ambleside, Cumbria
Award winning landmark sculpture by Jaume Plensa
Sutton Manor, St.Helens, Merseyside
Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail
World renowned Sculpture Trail.
Nr. Coleford, Gloucestershire
FermynWoods Contemporary Art
Commissioning site-specific Artists in Residence, Installations and Interventions.
Nr. Kettering in Northamptonshire
Stour Valley Arts
Inspirational artworks, events and education programmes in Kings Wood.
Nr. Ashford, Kent