Leverhulme Trust terminates Artist in Residence Grants

We recently discovered that the Leverhulme Trust has discontinued its Artist in Residence Grants Scheme.  This isn't just sad, it's frankly tragic. In our view the Leverhulme Artist in Residence scheme is one of the few on-going and established schemes that supports artists to work with other researchers across the natural and social sciences as... Continue Reading →

An Edge Effect: Art & Ecology in the Nordic Landscape | Mythological Quarter

New book which looks really interesting... Bonnie Fortune says "In making the book, I followed my own interests focusing on artists and arts groups who are working in expanded ways–connecting with others via interdisciplinary and discursive modes of artistic practice. I also followed a network of artists who have previously collaborated, tracing a community of... Continue Reading →

Second Sight/Site

The landscape as a context for second sight and prophesy. Place-led methodologies of research reveal and inform our understandings of theories and practices. Participants in the Second Sight and Prophesy Conference at the University of Aberdeen 14-16 June 2013 are invited to join a group of artists to explore land use, memory, topography, geology, nemetons, the Goodman’s... Continue Reading →

Oil, photography

Following up on Louis Helbig's presentation at Edinburgh College of Art comes Suzaan Boettger's review in Brooklyn Rail of three books of photography of oil landscapes, Burtynsky's Oil, J. Henry Fair's The Day After Tomorrow: Images of our Earth in Crisis, and Richard Misrach and Kate Orff's Petrochemical America. The review addresses the approaches of the... Continue Reading →

Eden3: Trees are the Language of Landscape

Exhibition - April 22 to May 25, 2013 Tent Gallery, in Art Space and Nature Edinburgh College of Art Evolution House (corner of Westport and Lady Lawson Street) Edinburgh, EH1 2LE, Scotland Phone: 0131 651 5800 Hours: Tues-Fri 12noon to 4:45PM or by appointment on Saturday. The Collins & Goto Studio presents an on-going series... Continue Reading →

Steep Trail Walk & Talk in St Andrews botanical garden

Steep Trail, the ongoing art and ecology programme inspired by the life and work of John Muir, has an exhibition of work resulting from residencies in China, plus an opportunity to 'walk and talk.' Winter Walk & Talk, Sat 2 Mar 2013, 1.30pm, St Andrews Botanic Garden (Canongate, St Andrews). Linked to FCA&C's exhibition Steep... Continue Reading →

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