Our news takes many forms from presenting at a conference, having an article published or a significant moment on a project. It might also be something as simple as planting out our potatoes or hearing the plaintive call of the first of the returning curlews.
The Long View: Talks & Events in July
Now that the exhibition has run its first month we're delighted to be hosting an event at Grizedale (July 20th) and giving two talks on July 22nd - one in Grizedale (11am-12 noon) and one in Kendal (7pm). Read on for more ...
The Long View Exhibition and Book
Midsummer felt like the perfect time to launch The Long View exhibition and book. A busy time between Grizedale Forest and our computer screens has brought both to fruition ...
April, May and into June : Installations, Yorkshire Heatwave, Exhibition Preparations and a Book
April began with the fifth of The Long View installations on a drizzly morning in the Langstrath Valley. Then in May, just as the weather was warming up for a stunning spring, we did the final installation, precisely one year after doing the first in Wasdale. On either side of these, much of our time has been taken up preparing for The Long View Exhibition, completing a book, and getting out and about in Yorkshire with farmers.
January, February, March, 2017
Something happened in 2017 that made time go by faster than it normally seems to do. We've been meeting farmers in the Yorkshire Dales as part of a new project, Voices From the Land, and have been spending as much time as possible with The Long View trees - photography, measuring, installations and more.
2017: Back from the Dark Walks and into a new year and, finally, the first newsletter
Seven days of walking and camping through midwinter was a fabulous way to shut out the commercialism of the Christmas season for a while ... and now we're in 2017, looking ahead and celebrating our first newsletter.