A Field of Wheat: Abby Rose’s Perspective

Following on the previous post about A Field of Wheat we are pleased to highlight Abby Rose's recent reflection on the project posted to Agricology. At a local harvest festival, we bagged up the 100kg of flour we had managed to get milled for our own use, and we had every single thing that was... Continue Reading →

CIWEM Award for LAGI Glasgow Project

ecoartscotland is thrilled that the Land Art Generator Glasgow project has been awarded the 2016 Chartered Institution of Water and Environment Management (CIWEM) Arts, Water and Environment Award. This award acknowledges the major commitment of all the partners, including Glasgow City Council, Scottish Canals and igloo Regeneration whose effective collaboration has made the project possible.... Continue Reading →

Julia Barton: Collecting new rock samples in Scotland’s GeoParks

Julia Barton sent us the following information on her current work: Artist Julia Barton is presently collecting classifying samples of a new rock now found on beaches in the remotest places on the North West Coast and Shetland, the rocks have become the focus of her Littoral Art Project which is investigating beach litter around... Continue Reading →

LAGI Glasgow at The Lighthouse 9 June-29 July

Scotland on Sunday features the Land Art Generator Glasgow exhibition, opening at The Lighthouse, Glasgow on 9 June. Name checks for Wind Forest - ZM Architecture, Dalziel + Scullion, Ian Nicol of Qmulus and Peter Yeadon of Yeadon Space Agency, previous LAGI participant who joined the Scottish team; Watergaw - ERZ Landscape Architecture, Alec Finlay... Continue Reading →

Reviewer Needed: Exchange by Chris Drury and Kay Syrad

We're looking for someone to review Exchange by Chris Drury and Kay Syrad. From Chris Drury's website, "Exchange was produced in collaboration with Kay Syrad and was commissioned by Cape Farewell to look at sustainable ways of living and farming in relation to three farms in Sydling St Nicholas and Godmanston, West Dorset. The two... Continue Reading →

Opportunity for Project Artist – Hawick Flood Protection Scheme

Excellent opportunity for an artist to be part of a team working on flood protection - looks like a chance to shape thinking. Comes from CABN in the Borders. May 2016 – October 2016 Deadline for applications:  Monday 25th April 2016 Fee:  £4000 A unique opportunity has arisen for a Project Artist to work closely... Continue Reading →

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