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.    

June 21 to October 10

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. 

June 21

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

June 1

‘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.

May 9

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. 

April 1

The Long View: 6th Installation

What Rises Above the White Noise: 60 cloths suspended above Langstrath Beck, connected to the Langstrath Birch. More here

March 23

Poetry Reading at the Stove Network, Dumfries

Harriet will be reading, along with Nancy Campbell, at The Stove Network - come and join us!

March 1

The Long View: 5th Installation

'Line of Sight' - a walk of 7 hours, setting up 7 lines of sight from points in the Grasmere Valley to the Under Helm Sycamore. 

February 16

iPorter: Film at Wilf’s, Staveley

Rob will be joining in the Wilf's lecture series, showing his i-Porter film and talking about the experience of portering in Nepal ... heavy bag available if you want to try lifting it. 

February 10

Tree Planting in Glencoyne and Wasdale

Getting stuck in - Rob in Wasdale and Harriet in Glencoyne, helping new trees become well rooted, with the National Trust. 

February 3

‘First Friday’ at Schumacher College

Really delighted to be giving this month's First Friday talk for the artdotearth gathering in Darlington. 

January 10

‘Meadow’ publication

Finally - the release of 'Meadow', a collection of poems following Harriet's time as 'Poet in the Meadow' among the wildflowers of High Borrowdale through summer 2015. More here

January 1

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.

December 14 to December 22

The Dark Walks

Seven trees, seven dawns, seven dusks - midwinter walks and camps with The Long View trees. 

December 8

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.

November 18 to November 20

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!

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