Piloting Strategies: Arts and Land Use

Kate Foster and Claire Pençak have written this article to highlight the ways that they as artists (visual and dance/choreographic), have been engaged with land use and in particular the development of Land Use Strategy for Scotland through the Borders Region Pilot.  The article specifically responds to a previous piece on ecoartscotland which asks "What... Continue Reading →

Anne-Marie Culhane: Earthwalking

Editor's Intro: Anne-Marie Culhane creates events, performances and long term projects that invite people into an active and inquiring relationship with each other and the earth. She works as artist, activist and collaborator across a range of disciplines. Culhane conceived of Earthwalking through an Exeter Enquires residency co-ordinated by Arts & Culture at the University... Continue Reading →

Anne Douglas: What makes a house an artwork? On visiting The Avoca Project

Anne Douglas, during her Mcgeorge Fellowship at the University of Melbourne, Australia, visited with Lyndal Jones and The Avoca Project in Avoca, Victoria.  In this guest blog she highlights some of the ways in which Lyndal and her collaborators have been demonstrating an art of sustainability, through a house and a garden. -- The Avoca... Continue Reading →

Kate Foster: Steep Trail – an Ecolab in Fife

On the sunny 9th and drenching 10th of August, a group of artists, environmentalists, and community workers met in Fife as part of a series of event coordinated by Fife Contemporary Arts and Crafts, Polarcap, and Edinburgh Sculpture Studios. (For reports on earlier events, see the ecoartscotland blog  and the Greener Leith Blog) The themes... Continue Reading →

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