LAND2

LAND2 Symposia

  • Cross, Multi, Inter, Trans - advance notice and invitation

    Biannual Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (UK and Ireland)

  • Translations: the LAND2 network intra / trans / inter-disciplinary symposia series

    A series of events organised by the network, with the support of the Place/Location/Contact Research Centre,
    Bristol School of Art, Media and Design, University of the West of England, Bristol, England.

  • Evacuations & Estuaries: The Nature of Landscape

    Seminar - Saturday 25 th May 2013

    Abbey Walk Gallery 8 Abbey Walk, Grimsby DN31 1NB tel: 01472 241007
    e: art@abbeywalkgallery.com
    Booking Essential - Tickets £15

    A day of talks by artists and academics whose practice and research concentrates around subjects relating to landscape and place.

    Part of a two-year project which focuses on the duality of actuality and metaphor arising from the title, Excavations & Estuaries.

  • Close to Home : Artists Reconsider the Local

    An exhibition and symposium to celebrate ten years of the network Land2. A collaboration between Land2, East Street Arts and the School of Design, University of Leeds.

  • The Role of Collections and Archives in Art Practice

    Huddersfield Art Gallery

    Thursday 30th June 2011.
    www.kirklees.gov.uk/

    The Role of Collections and Archives in Art Practice seminar was organised by Land2 member Deborah Gardner to coincide with her exhibition Re-Collect: Sculptural Responses to Place showing at Huddersfield Art Gallery until the 27th August 2011.

  • Common Ground

    Bristol 10th November 2007

    The Common Ground one-day symposium, organized for LAND2 by Shelley James, took place in the Faculty of Creative Arts, UWE, Bristol and followed the tradition of our on-going inter-disciplinary concerns by bringing together scientists and artists around a common theme. Our aim was to explore the power of landscape as a lens through which to view broader questions, such as the relationship between temporal and spatial representations, and the tensions between our desire for stability and the reality of change.

  • Spectral Traces

    Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery University of Leeds
    Saturday 13th February 2010

    Spectral Traces, our most recent LAND2 symposium was held in the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery University of Leeds on Saturday 13th February 2010. www.leeds.ac.uk/gallery/

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