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).
The Long View 4th Installation: 'Red at the Rowan'
A new day, a new year, and a new installation: Herdwick Show Red used as paint to inscribe a short poem on the rocks surrounding the Kentmere Rowan. More here.
The Dark Walks
Seven trees, seven dawns, seven dusks - midwinter walks and camps with The Long View trees.
The Long View 3rd Installation: 'From the Heart'
Our third of seven installations, this time at the Little Asby Hawthorn, with the addition of almost 300 green leaves inscribed with messages. There's more here.
i-Porter at Kendal Mountain Festival
Very happy to say that Rob's i-Porter film will be on show at Kendal Mountain Festival this year - see you there!
Explore 2015 – Expeditions, explorations and photography
Rob will be leading the photography panel this year, to share his own work and stage a PechaKucha event with other photographers including Suzy Bennet, Martin Hartley and Quintin Lake. Find out more here.
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.
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.
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.
Open air cello composition at the Glencoyne Pine
Impromptu, spontaneous, responsive: we take cellist Franscesca ter Berg to the Glencoyne Pine.
Public Walk to the Langstrath Birch
Mountain Heritage Festival, presentation.
‘A Haiku in the Trees’, Installation
The second installation for The Long View - seven trees wrapped in words, in Glencoyne Park.
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.
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.