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AALERT

A one-day workshop to explore the role of Arts and the Artist in Landscape and Environmental Research Today.

15th February 2018; 9.30 am – 6.00 pm

Central London

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Schedule

  • 9.30 Registration opens – Tea and Coffee
  • 10.00 Opening of workshop – Introductions
  • 10.10 Scope and Prospects – by organisers and funders
  • 10.30 Keynote 1 – Prof Stephen Daniels – Followed by questions
  • 10.55 Keynote 2 – Prof Lise Autogena with Joshua Portway – Followed by questions
  • 11.20 Introduction to discussion themes
  • 11.40 Refreshments
  • 11.55 Group discussions – session 1
  • 12.55 Lunch
  • 13.55 Group discussions – session 2
  • 14.55 Coffee break
  • 15.05 Merging outcomes per theme
  • 15.15 Feedback to the room
  • 16.15 Closing remarks
  • 16.30 Workshop ends
  • 16.45 – 17.45 – Guided tours

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The visual, performing and literary arts play an important and evolving role in shaping experiences and appreciations of landscapes as well as providing critical and cultural understanding of them.

In recent years, the significance of the arts in landscape and environmental research has been increasingly emphasised, with arts and humanities components now a common, if not required, element in research proposals, such as activities delivered through the Valuing Nature research programme. Similarly, many and diverse landscape management projects with arts-based elements are funded by public money.

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