Scroll through to find out what we're up to, and what we've been doing. These listings cover events, walks, presentations and publications and we'll do our best to keep up to date. For daily happenings, follow our latest social media posts (right).
‘Art in Extraordinary Places’ for C-Art
Photography & Poetry Masterclass, Tarn Hows
As part of the Great Landscapes Week with Friends of the Lake District, we'll be leading a walk around Tarn Hows. Plenty of time to dawdle, take photos and write, with tips and guidance along the way.
treefold:east, open day
While treefold:east is taking shape please feel free to drop by - there's an official open day on 7th August. More about treefolds here.
treefold:centre in Grizedale Forest
A new sculpture for Grizedale Forest and a legacy for The Long View - we're delighted to have the first of three dry stone wall treefolds in place, inset with poetry, commanding a stunning view, and ready to house a new aspen tree. Find out more here and plan your visit if you're curious!
The Long View, presentation & exhibition tour at Grizedale Forest
The Long View, at The Box, Kendal
Come and join us for a presentation and Q&A at The Box in Kendal - part of the RGS (with IBG) regional lecture series. 7pm.
treefold:centre, open day
Walking and Poetry in the Meadow
Join Harriet and Jan Darrall from Friends of the Lake District for a walk through the wildflower meadows at High Borrowdale, and poetry reading from Harriet's Meadow collection.
IFLAS - heritage, poetry, place and meaning
A walk with discussion and poetry along the way as we explore the heritage of landscape and the connection - and disconnection - of people and place, with IFLAS at Cumbria University
The Long View Exhibition at Grizedale Forest
The Long View exhibition opens at Grizedale Forest Gallery - after two years of walking, writing, photographing, camping and talking about trees, we're delighted to have the show on the walls.
The Long View book is here!
To accompany the launch of the exhibition, we're just a bit happy to be able to say The Long View book is on the shelves. 180 pages and over 200 photos, journal entries, poetry, interviews and more ... the book is available at the exhibition, in Cumbrian bookshops, or directly from us: here.
‘Ethnography on Foot’. Key Note Speakers, Newcastle University
Really happy to be spending the day with a fab group of researchers and students at Newcastle University. We'll be giving the key note speech at the conference 'Ethnography on Foot II', organised by CSOP.
The Long View: 7th Installation
Our final installation, this time at the Troutbeck Alder. The Space of Imagining involved the suspension of seven books, covered in violet cloth, each containing a sapling ... just for one night.
The Long View: 6th Installation
What Rises Above the White Noise: 60 cloths suspended above Langstrath Beck, connected to the Langstrath Birch. More here.