#arts4treescapes

The NERC led Treescapes Programme specifically articulates a requirement for Arts & Humanities involvement. The Programme Ambassadors are using #treescapes and we'd encourage practice-led researchers in the arts, curating and producing to use #arts4treescapes to discuss the programme and to highlight relevant practices and projects. For example, as a 'starter for 6', the following are... Continue Reading →

Re-posting: Review of Plein Air by Silva Datum Musica on ToneShift

...but they have successfully fused sound and vision with natural science to deliver an awesome ear-opener as well. Read the whole review here... and listen to excerpts here... via Plein Air by Silva Datum Musica — The Future of music one record at a time

Lecture: Patricia Watts ‘Some Kind Of Nature’ 4pm 23 April, Glasgow Sculpture Studios

ecoartscotland is very pleased to be partnering with Glasgow Sculpture Studios and the Collins and Goto Studio to present the lecture Some Kind of Nature by international curator and founder of ecoartspace Patricia Watts. Monday 23 April, 4pm, Glasgow Sculpture Studios (Board Room, 2nd Floor) FREE (download pdf of poster: 2018TWattsECOARTSCOTLAND-GSS) This talk will focus... Continue Reading →

Minty Donald reviews A Caledonian Decoy

Tim Collins and Reiko Goto’s dense and thought-provoking exhibition brings together a number of recent works developed as part of what they describe in the accompanying catalogue as ‘A Critical Forest Art Practice’.* This body of works, made ‘with rather than in’ forests in Scotland is intended to ‘explore […] new relationships between humanity and... Continue Reading →

What can the arts contribute to a Land Use Strategy for Scotland?

The Scottish Government is consulting on a new Land Use Strategy for Scotland. This builds on the first Strategy (2011) and also on the two pilot studies done (Aberdeenshire and the Scottish Borders). At the heart of the Land Use Strategy are the ideas of Natural Capital and Ecosystems Services Assessment. and the use of... Continue Reading →

Caledonian Everyday Discussions – Glossaries

A panel of Foresters (2pm Saturday 16 May, Summerhall, Edinburgh), perhaps a Glossary might be in order (thanks to Robert Macfarlane and his new book Landmarks for the idea and the resources). Forestry Commission Research Glossary. (Page to a letter, i.e. not particularly good for browsing). Royal Forestry Society Glossary. (Some terms and some links... Continue Reading →

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