Landscape and Arts Network 30th January 2016 at The Cass, Whitechapel, London 1pm-6pm
To register go to http://www.landartnet.org/
Sessions will cover:
-the much-anticipated LAN symposium ‘Artists, Farmers and Philosophers’ at The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle Co.Durham, 7th-9th September funded by Heritage Lottery Fund and the Landscape Research Group, advocating the necessity of alternative forms of expertise within landscape policy and governance in light of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s UK-wide Landscape Partnership programme.
-Ewan Allinson(Sculptor): Artists, Farmers and Philosophers: how HLF’s Landscape Partnerships mobilise ‘new’ types of landscape expertise.
-Aly Stoneman(Junction Arts): Delivering a range of arts projects in a Heritage Lottery Fund Landscape Partnership in Derbyshire.
-Henna Asikainen(Artist) Miina Akkijyrkka – the Finnish artist whose work saved a breed of cattle.
-Tim Collins(Artist) – Artist as strategist in environmental deliberations over Black Wood, Rannoch.
-A bid by LAN to Arts and Humanities Research Council for a Research Network exploring the leadership role for artists in landscape thinking, research and governance. In partnership with Newcastle University, four symposia will be delivered focussing on The Four Elements in four places; Hull, Utrecht, The South West and Edinburgh.
-Trudi Entwistle(Artist) theme tbc
-Ian Thompson(Newcastle University) – The allure and value of urban edgelands.
-Angenita Teekens (Artist)– Artistic management of a coastal renovation in Essex.
-Rob Mackay(Artist) – Hull theme tbc
-Richard Povall(Schumacher College) – theme tbc
The programme reflects LAN’s growing emphasis upon strategic partnerships with academia and with landscape policy and funding bodies by which to advocate enhanced roles for artists in the broader landscape/environmental field.
Members wishing to contribute to either session are encouraged to send submissions to email@example.com by the 16th January.