Landscape and Art Network

LAN: Annual Meeting at The Cass - free for Cass staff and students.

Artist as Strategist

Ewan Allinson (Sculptor): INTRO Artists, Farmers and Philosophers - how HLF’s Landscape Partnerships mobilise ‘new’ types of landscape expertise
Tim Collins (Artist): Artist as strategist in environmental deliberations over Black Wood, Rannoch
Angenita Teekens (Artist): Artistic management of a coastal renovation in Essex
Trudi Entwistle (Artist): 'Upstream':How an artist addresses upland water management

Artists v. Farmers

Richard Povall (Schumacher College): Occasionally, an uneasy truce: knowledges and understandings around the kitchen table
Christine Watkins (artist): Making the Starry Sea of Milk - story landscapes in dairy farming
Henna Asikainen (Artist): Miina Akkijyrkka – the Finnish artist whose work saved a breed of cattle

Art, Walking and Sound

Aly Stoneman (Junction Arts): Developing an art and audio trail in an HLF Landscape Partnership in Derbyshire
David Rogers (DIVA Contemporary): Seasonal Sound Walks on the South Dorset Ridgeway Landscape Partnership
Richard Keating (Artist) Art-walking: the catalyst for community engagement in Landscape Change
Rob Mackay (Artist): Sound and the Environment: Sound Art projects relating to landscapes, ecologies, people and place

Finale

Mark Dixon (Artist): Land Art on a shoestring in The Fens
Jeff Higley (Artist): Heartlands
Ewan Allinson (Sculptor): Concluding Thoughts

Event details

Date
Saturday 30 January, 12.45 pm
Location Central House
Room 111
59-63 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7PF
Tickets Free for The Cass staff and students
£30 for external visitors

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