Letters to the Earth: Writing to a Planet in CrisisFilms posted online from 10 July
NEW COMMISSION: What Letter to the Earth inspired by Luke Jerram's Gaia would you write?
Audio Described Tour of Festival ArtworksFree: Book a place
An Audio Described Guided Tour designed for Blind and Visually Impaired People, and their Personal Assistants and Assistance Dogs.
Museum of the Moon by Luke JerramFree event: Book a Ticket
Luke Jerram’s sister artwork to Gaia, Museum of the Moon will be set outdoors in the spectacular Tree Cathedral.
Dan Davies: Truth, Beauty and GoodnessOn-demand Sound Trail
NEW COMMISSION: Soundscapes for the Sculptures of Campbell Park is a sound trail taking in 15 public artworks
All the names we are: Created by Claire MacDonaldPodcast: Available for Download from 10 July
NEW COMMISSION: A podcast created as a response to Arrivals + Departures by Yara + Davina
MK Mandalas: Kinetika FlagsFree event
UK creative company Kinetika is working with over 150 people from Milton Keynes to create 30 large-scale silk flags for display at The Milton Keynes Rose.
Gaia by Luke JerramFree event (No Ticket Required)
Gaia is a stunning large-scale replica of our planet, measuring seven metres in diameter and featuring 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface.
Anna Berry: Breathing RoomWORLD PREMIERE. Free event, no ticket required
Breathing Room is a new installation that moves - a beautiful and delicate large-scale artwork that people can walk within.
Yara + Davina: Arrivals + DeparturesFree event
Arrivals + Departures is a public artwork about birth, death and the journey in between.
Marco Barotti: The WoodpeckersPop-ups across Milton Keynes City Centre
These robotic woodpeckers transform signals from wireless technology and mobile communication into rhythmic beats, tapped out on MK's urban architecture.
The Stables Sessions: Virtually LiveBroadcast online
NEW ONLINE COMMISSIONS: Concerts and interviews recorded live at The Stables and broadcast online
Encountering Urban WildlifeLive Talk Event: Online
A discussion between the public, avid birders and environmentally engaged academics, reflecting The Woodpeckers created by Marco Barotti