Collins_Goto_Edwards_FutureForest2015 We are pleased to highlight the Report just released by the Collins and Goto Studio and Forest Research entitled Future Forest, The Black Wood, Rannoch, Scotland. It features reflection and findings from a year long artist-led creative inquiry into the ecological and cultural meanings and values associated with the Black Wood of Rannoch in... Continue Reading →
We are reposting this blog from the Commonty and hope that readers of ecoartscotland will take a moment to reflect on Sunday at 3pm. Sad Occasion in the Life of Govan’s Graving Docks from Ruth Olden An invitation to mark a sad occasion in the life of Govan’s Graving Docks… On Monday the 24th... Continue Reading →
The Greenmaps movement has spread across the world and has become an effective tool for local youth activism. This slideshow introduces Greenmaps and provides inspiration on how to develop it in your area. Highly recommended. Thanks to Wendy Brawer for highlighting.
Dark Mountain "feels like the beginning of the story of the world. Not a world shaped by politicians or by global corporations, but by storytellers and singers who make us feel at home on the earth." Charlotte Du Cann, The Independent 14th-16th June at Wiston Lodge near Biggar, South Lanarkshire An intimate festival of ideas,... Continue Reading →
Dalziel and Scullion have been invited to give a lecture entitled Ecology of Place as part of the Edinburgh Lectures series. It takes place Monday 27th May 2013 at Our Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. Other speakers in the series include the zoologist Aubrey Manning, specialist on the lynx Dr David Hetherington, Geddes expert Dr Walter... Continue Reading →