Symposia

Land2 summer event at UEA 19th June 2020 University of East Anglia A summer event for LAND2 members and associates is being hosted by Dr Rebecca Thomas and Professor Steve Baker. This will include a number of short presentations around the theme of Landscape and Contemporary Art. Members wishing to...

Land2 – Members’ and Associates’ Day 14 February 2020, 10:00 – 17:30 School of Design, University of Leeds Land2 is hosting a Members’ and Associates’ Day at the School of Design at the University of Leeds on Friday 14th February. Please see details of the programme in the downloadable PDF....

Neverends: art, music, text in place Seminar Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre, Alexandra Dock, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN31 1UZ Saturday 29th April, 10am – 3pm £10 – Booking Advised TO BOOK: e admin@artsmeridian.com | t 07379 502230 | www.artsmeridian.com This seminar is held in conjunction with the Neverends: art, music, text exhibition...

ADVANCE NOTICE AND INVITATION TO ATTEND, COLLABORATE, SUBMIT TO: Cross, Multi, Inter, Trans: Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, U.K. and Ireland Biennial Conference in association with LAND2: a landscape, place and visual arts research network. Sheffield, 6-8 September 2017 https://asleukiland2017.com/  

A two-day conference, Friday and Saturday, April 15 – 16 2016, hosted between Plymouth University and Plymouth College of Art. Event for research students, p.m. Thursday April 14 2016. Co-Organisers: Stephen Felmingham, Land2, and Liz Wells, Land/Water and the Visual Arts “Artists now place themselves in the midst of the...

Matter Matters – A Land2 Event School of Design, University of Leeds 12th -13th November 2015 Two linked events: 12th November 2015, Symposium 13th November 2015, Fourth Land2 Postgraduate Conference An interdisciplinary event focused on place orientated practice-based research in visual arts and creative writing convened by Dr Judith Tucker, School of...

An August 2013 conference in Dundee, Scotland Invited speakers from various disciplines will present material concerning ‘invisible’ aspects of Scottish culture, such as the oral tradition, musical ballads, personal narratives, traces of vanished communities, case studies in watersheds and coastal villages, historic ruins, and performances. Scotland itself will be the...