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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?

exhibition

Online
From Monday 27 September

Bright Edge Deep | Online Exhibition

Reflection

In Person

Queer River, Wet Land

Event

Online
Thursday 11 November
Catch-up available

Water Music: Source to Sea

Event

In Person
Sunday 19 September

The Walking Library for a Wild City

Event

Online
Thursday 21 October

A’ Chailleach – The Cailleach

Event

Online
Wednesday 27 October

Global Environmental History and Climate Change

Event

Online
Wednesday 11 August
Catch-up available

Bright Edge Deep | Roundtable Discussion