A collection of books and publications related to Nightjar research were available at the Hotel du Vin library
The menu of nightcaps put together especially for the Nightjar guests by Hotel du Vins bar manager Max Peryrard.
Jonathan Watts enjoying a ‘Lady in the Moon’ – a good way to quench your thirst after two hours of reading aloud
Assessing the bowling green the day before Dew Sweeping. Looked unlikely because of the rain, but the following morning it was just dry enough. View the images soon via Flickr.
Urban (Col)laboratory will be presenting a poster version of their work including Choreographing Knowledge produced for Nightjar at the conference Constructing Knowledge in Aachen Germany 5/6 November 2009 -
Seed magazine features an article about the work of Luke Jerram and Plant Orchestra, his new sound installation for Nightjar. Check out – http://seedmagazine.com/content/article/at_the_edge_of_perception/
Spent yesterday distributing the new Nightjar brochures and posters all round Cambridge. The railings round St Mary’s church now display the full series of posters designed by the fabulous Dust -