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Landscapes

The landscape is natural and cultural; a physical world shaped and transformed by human societies. Our projects explore how natural worlds must be understood in their cultural context – as sites of connectivity, attachment and meaning, as well as power, conflict and struggle. How can we respond creatively and artistically to help support landscapes now facing advanced ecological threat?

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In Person
Friday 5 November – Saturday 6 November

Flare (Oceania) 2021

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Online
Catch-up available
Thursday 25 November

Queer River, Wet Land: Sharing Event

Event

In Person
Thursday 11 November

Floating Worlds: Erraid Sound

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Online
From Thursday 11 November

From Cooling Towers to Stone Circles: the heritage of Sighthill

Event

In Person
Friday 12 November – Saturday 20 November

Feel Field: Sound & Vision Walks at the Climate Portal

Event

Online
Catch-up available
Thursday 11 November – Thursday 18 November

Poetry and the Climate Crisis: Scotland and India

Event

In Person
Friday 12 November

For Freedom Space with Rivers: Workshop

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Online
Catch-up available
Wednesday 17 November

Imagining Ecological Pasts and Futures