WHAT'S HAPPENING

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). 


2016
November 6 to November 14

Mountain Heritage Festival

Delighted to have some of our work at The Mountain Heritage Festival at Rheged this year. All money raised during the festival will go towards Commuity Action Nepal’s earthquake appeal.

November 4

Dry stone walling, Mazonwath

What a great way to spend a day - and anyone can join in: Friends of the Lake District Fell Care Day to help reconstruct a stone wall. More information here.

October 28

Public Walk to the Glencoyne Pine

While the orange 'Haiku in the Trees' is in place, come and join us for a walk to the Glencoyne Pine.

October 26

Open air cello composition at the Glencoyne Pine

Impromptu, spontaneous, responsive: we take cellist Franscesca ter Berg to the Glencoyne Pine. 

October 24

Public Walk to the Langstrath Birch

October 23

Mountain Heritage Festival, presentation.

October 19

‘A Haiku in the Trees’, Installation

The second installation for The Long View - seven trees wrapped in words, in Glencoyne Park.

October 17

Ecocultures Conference, Glasgow

Harriet will be presenting at Ecocultures: Glasgow’s Festival of Environmental Research, Policy and Practice about her emerging practice of Open Fell Poetics and her ongoing postgraduate research work at Glasgow University.

October 1

Dark Mountain: Techne

Very pleased to have a contribution in Dark Mountain's latest book with 'The Craft of Slow Time' where Rob explores his methodology in using a large format camera for portrait making.

September 14

C-Art: presentation & exhibition

As part of Cumbria-wide arts festival, C-Art, work from The Long View will be on show at Thorney How in Grasmere for the month: 14 Sept for a talk and film presentation, with food and beer ... what's not to like?

September 12

Presentation at Blencathra Centre

An evening talk for members and trustees about landscape, trees, hill farming, art and the complexity of balance in the hills. 

September 10

Public Walk to the Kentmere Rowan

Join us for a walk in the Kentmere Valley, with poetry, a visit to the Kentmere Rowan, and plenty of stops to learn more about this remarkable place. 

September 8

Farmers, Artists and Philosophers Symposium

We'll be joining in, and presenting, at this wonderful gathering of people for a thought-provoking weekend as part of the Heart of Teesdale Landscape Partnership project. 

September 3

Merz Word Festival

Harriet will be joining other poets and musicians on the site of Kurt Schwitters' Merz Barn - drinks, food and merriment start at 5pm. Organised by Kunst-Kitsch Collective

September 1

Voices from the Land: Farming and Landscape in the Yorkshire Dales - Volunteer Call Out

We're busy planning a series of interviews with farmers across the Yorkshire Dales as part of Voices from the Land, a Yorkshire Dales Farmer Network project that we're running with the support of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Dales Countryside museum. If you're interested in volunteering, do contact us

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