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Landscape, Wilderness
and The Wild

26-28th March 2015,
Newcastle University, UK

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/apl/news/events/thewild/


Article 22 is now available to view or download

On the Wings of a Butterfly and the Tail of a Mouse: Reclamation and Aestheticism

by Elaine Slater


ANOTHER NEW REVIEW

ART & ECOLOGY NOW

Andrew Brown, 2014, London: Thames & Hudson, 255 pages, 343 illustrations, board-covered paperback, £29.95,
978-0-500-23916-2

ON LISTENING

Edited by Angus Carlyle & Cathy Lane, 2013, Uniform Books, Axminster, sewn softback, 198 pages, £12, ISBN 978-1-910010-01-3

VISIT REVIEWS page
for all these reviews and many more

TO LIFE! ECO ART IN PURSUIT OF A SUSTAINABLE PLANET
Linda Weintraub, 2012,
University of California Press

&

IN THE FIELD.
The art of field recording

Cathy Lane & Angus Carlyle

2013 Axminster: Uniformbooks, sewn paperback with flaps, 235 pages, £12, ISBN 978 0 9568559 6 1, www.uniformbooks.co.uk


A new project by member Rosie Leventon

now & then

Now & then is one of the new proposals I have made for some interactive environmental artworks for the Woodland Trust.

They will be sited at the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Woods at Normanton le Heath in Leicestershire. The brief was to respond to the local archaeology that has been discovered on site. Finds include a Bronze Age palstave or axe-head, and some Iron Age crop marks and burial mounds. Now & then differs from an amphitheatre because it has no parallel seats or stone. Instead it has steps that spiral downwards to connect us with the different archaeological layers as we progress down into the past, and up again into the light.

The ring of Pedunculate Oaks that will surround it in years to come are not only well loved by people, but are immensely important to wildlife for food and shelter.
Other earthworks will also be site referential and will contain rare plants as well as indigenous bushes and trees.


Cumbrian based arts organization Eden Arts have launched CANOPY

- a visual art project for 2013. The project will result in a spring/summer exhibition of artworks displayed in trees and woodland throughout the Eden Valley in Cumbria - a natural gallery.

For further info click here

or visit www.canopyart.co.uk

 


ECO ART IN PURSUIT
OF A SUSTAINABLE PLANET
New Eco Art Text Book
Author: Linda Weintraub
CLICK HERE for INFO
or for PDF download including links to purchase CLICK HERE.


Water's Edge

 A High Tide project for the London 2012 Discovering Places campaign. Water’s Edge is a UK wide public participation project connecting art and culture to the local environment. www.hightideuk.org

These images are a selection of some of the five hundred photographs taken of water’s edge by the public on the Summer Solstice 2010, the 21st of June in the UK between sunrise and sunset and are being screened across the UK on the London 2012 Live Sites over the London 2012 Open Weekend from 23rd – 25th July 2010


Funded by the Environment Agency Supported by the BBC Big Screens Technical support by Hi-Impact

Water’s Edge is part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. For more information on BBC Big Screens please visit www.bbc.co.uk/bigscreens
Our five Water's Edge films are now available to view on the BBC Video Nation website.

Please visit HIGH TIDE for the link...
www.hightideuk.org

James Brady & Janette Porter - Curators

james_gaia_project@yahoo.co.uk
janetteporteruk@gmail.co.uk


Flash@Hebburn

Further Info and photos click here. 
 

 


LAN Symposium
Sat 24 January 2015

Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design (the CASS) London Metropolitan University,

From many corners of the UK, we gathered at The Cass, opposite Whitechapel Art Gallery for this year’s Landscape and Arts Network AGM and symposium. There was a great buzz and I for one, as incoming Chair, was thrilled and energised by the sessions.

New horizons were the order of the day. Much change is afoot in the fates of our treasured landscapes as austerity fundamentally redraws the role of the state, and consequently that of  the commercial and the not-for-profit sectors, in the husbandry of place.

While this neo-liberal turn can feel like ideology piggybacking on economic dire-straits, there is an opportunity for artists, working collectively, to become indispensable and very influential in this climate, in a good way. Francis Carr’s founding vision for the Landscape and Arts Network - to create connections across disciplines and sectors for the sake of the  environment – remains as pressing now as it was in the eighties.  A new context means that the network can really thrive.

The sessions all reflected this confidence and sense of opportunity as is clear on the video. Artists articulate and express the links between disparate spheres, different stakeholders in ways that can guarantee some coherence in the ways that landscapes develop in this austere new world.

A big thanks to Bobbie Millar for putting this event together and for chairing LAN through a time of transition. Thanks also to all the speakers for their great contributions and to London Met for the venue. The network is in good health and remains more relevant than ever.

Ewan Allinson

Information about people taking part
in the Symposium


Places for Art and Art for Places, Landscape and Arts Network Symposium

This Event took place on
Saturday, 28 June 2014

Places for Art & Art for Places - A Landscape and Arts Network Event from R Martin Seddon on Vimeo.

A day of talks by artists and designers whose practice focuses around place-orientated art. From public art and social engagement, to painting, poetry, projection and sound, a diversity of art projects will be presented which explore the spirit of place through either physically working in the landscape or taking inspiration from it. Whatever the media, whether directed by a cultural, historical, physical or ecological context, the emphasis of discussion will focus on the artists unique approach and interpretation of place.



Landscape & Arts AGM +

SYNERGIES IN DIGITAL AND
TANGIBLE LANDSCAPES

Saturday 26 January 2013

 


Saturday 4 February 2012
AGM plus Shaping the Landscape

a short video of Francis Carr's address and brief extracts from the other speakers


Presentations about three different hard rock quarries and how a landscape architect, a sculptor and winner of the 2011 Marsh award for Public Sculpture, and a landscape partnership have, or are going to, engage with the quarried landscape:

Hermitage Quarry: Tom Ladell
The Coldstones Cut: Bob Orange & Biddy Noakes
The Stone Academy: Ewan Allinson & Charlotte Hursey


MEMBER PROJECT

First stage of entrance for new vegetable garden for St. Mary Magdalene school Peckham.  Arch by Jeff Higley, the site includes a  pond fed by a rainwater collecting shelter by Arthur Demowbray and is a Blooming Belles project run by Madeline Bell.
 


 

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