Welcome to our events page - take a look below to see what we're up to and how you can get involved.  At present most events are taking place online but this will change at some point ... and we're looking forward to a series of walks and talks when this is possible. You can read newsletters from this page, or sign up to receive them directly, and if you're curious about social media feeds, click the icons at the bottom of the page to visit Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.    

March 7

Radio Cumbria, Live on 'The Great Outdoors'

Looking forward to chatting with Helen Millican on this Thursday evening programme. Tune in through Radio Cumbria, 7-10pm

November 24

Tree Charter Day - A Walk in Grizedale Forest

Join us for a stroll among trees and sculptures: we'll pass by treefold:north and one of the UK's 11 treepoles that were set up to mark the tree charter. 10.30am start in Grizedale Forest. It's a free event. For more details, and to book a place, click here

November 18

Maryport Literary Festival

Looking forward to bringing images, stories and poems inspired by the seven Long View trees to this event, considering 'tree time', the creative, emotional and spiritual effects of walking and slow time outdoors, and what trees mean as part of the bigger, interconnected landscape.
Later in the afternoon Harriet will be joining other poets to read from the new 'This Place I Know' anthology of Cumbrian poetry.
More info here.

November 17

Kendal Mountain Literature Festival - Performing Mountains: How do artists touch the void?

We're delighted to be on the panel of the Saturday morning 'Performing Mountains' session, with Jonathan Pitches, Lousie Ann Wilson, and David Greig. Come along, Abbot Hall Centre, 11am, to find out more about artistic interpretation and engagement with mountain environments. More here.

November 9 to November 11

The Annual Explore event: RGS with IBG, London

This weekend event is always full of inspiration. It's here that stories are shared, ideas are born and chewed through, and teams are built ... we'll be taking part and dreaming up our own new ideas over the weekend. Not to be missed if you have any inkling about travel, research, epeditions or adventure, whether your 'field' is your back yard, your local woods, or the other side of the world. More info here.  

October 4

Sheffield Halham University : The Long View - Meetings with Seven Remarkably Ordinary Trees

So happy to bringing tales of seven Cumbrian trees and the land around them to Sheffield as part of the RGS lecture series. We'll share images, poetry and reflections from our two years with seven particular trees as part of The Long View: our walks to and between them, and what we have learned about the local environments, land use and issues of sustainability in England's largest national park. Plenty of time for questions and discussions.
Peak Lecture Theatre, 527 Owen Building, Sheffield Halham University City Campus, S1 1WB. Full info here

September 27

Walk and talk around Millom

Come and join us for a leisurely walk around Millom, taking a close look at what's along the way. This three-hour stroll will be as much about story as about landscape and we're looking forward to learning and sharing stories - what makes your local places special to you? This is part of the Moving Mountains project.
10am-1pm Book through email: movingmountainsmillom@gmail.com. Oh, and it's free :)

September 26

Landscape, Art and Environment: Talk at Millom Palladium

Very happy to be taking part in the 'Moving Mountains' project being run by Irene Rogan - we'll be giving a talk about our work, with plenty of time for discussion. 6.30-8pm, Milom Palladium (LA18 5DW). 

August 29

Spoken word: inspired by islands, island life, and the meetings of sea and land in Stromness, Orkney

Really looking forward to a gathering to listen to writings inspired by island life, organised through the Stromness Writing Group. As part of an open evening of sharing, Harriet will read some of the writing she's done while sailing, including call-and-response exchanges with writers in Cumbria and Orkney. Venue and details TBC nearer the time. 

August 28

Reflections on rocks, sailing, light and water. Pier Arts Centre, Stromness

After our ten days sailing along the coast, exploring cliffs, caves and shorlines, and learning about the sea as part of the Sail Britain coastal project, the crew will be sharing geology-inspired discoveries, images, hand-made artwork and plenty of stories at the Pier Arts Centre in Stromness, 7-8pm. 

August 21

Artist & Geology Talk, Lochinver

Delighted to be getting together with enthusiasts from the North West Highlands Geopark in Lochinver - and we'll be giving a talk in the evening. 

August 19

Sail Britain Launch Party, Ullapool

You can't set sail without a party ... if you'd like to come and celebrate with us, talk to the geologists about what's making them so excited about the incredibly ancient rocks we'll be seeing, or get an idea of what might happen when you mix geologists, a poet, a photographer, a fine artist and a skilled skipper, come and find us in the evening while the boat is being readied in Ullapool. 

August 18 to August 28

Artist residency, sailing up the NW coast of Scotland

So very excited - we'll be joining a team of geologists and a fine artist on a ten-day sailing trip from Ullapool to Orkney, hugging the dramatic coast, creating as we go along. Not sure what the outcomes will be but we'll be sharing them at the Pier Arts Centre in Stromness when we arrive! The trip is being organised by Oliver at Sail Britain, whose Coastline Project is linking artists and scientists on the way around the whole of the UK. 

July 20 to July 21

The Millican Travel Collective

We're delighted to be among the presenters at this special event bringing people together to celebrate inspiration from the outdoors, and take a leisurely approach to sharing stories and talking through environment, place, sustainability, travel, slowing down, joy ... and lots more besides. There will be great food, a camp fire, and great company. Find out more and book through Millican here.

June 23

Geography and Art on Foot - A talk at the end of a seven-day walk: June 23rd

Join us at the Blencathra Centre in Threlkeld a couple of hours after we complete a seven day walk linking  the three Cumbrian treefolds - we'll share stories, images and poetry from our journey, with thoughts on balance and environmental issues in the Lake District National Park. June 23, 7-8.30pm

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