WHAT'S HAPPENING

Due to the extraordinary times we are in we have had to postpone all of our public engagements and physical events from March 2020 ... until the impact of Covid-19 has passed. We do expect, however, to be staying connected through social media (links on the right of this page) and through blogs, which will be outlining what we are getting up to during lockdown. Please join in the conversation to bring light and hope through difficult times.      


2016
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

August 27

Lakes Alive: Poetry Reading

Harriet will be reading moon-inspired poetry under the incredible illuminated moon created by Luke Jerram ... just as it's getting dark. 7pm.

August 6

Thirlmere Flower Show

Harriet will be guest speaker and will also be given the daunting challenge of choosing Best in Show at this wonderful Flower Show. Thirlmere Village Hall, St John's in the Vale. 

August 4

Light in the trees

Installation of movement-responsive light show at the Little Asby Hawthorn, with interns from High Wire. Read more here

August 1

New National Park extension & a public walk

August 1st: the Yorkshire Dales National Park extension is offiial, and we'll be walking to the Little Asby Hawthorn, which is now within the Park boundaries, to celebrate. Come and join us!

July 25

Public Walk to the Little Asby Hawthorn

Join us as we walk to the Little Asby Hawthorn and over the dramatic Little Asby Common. 

July 21

Presentation, Lancaster University

Sharing a bit about what we do, how we're working with students, and what options lie ahead at High Wire at Lancaster University. When a department has an 'Imagination Laboratory' you know it'll be fun ...

June 18

The Light Walk

Seven days and seven nights over midsummer with the seven trees of The Long View - 118km: here we go!

June 11

Public Walk to the Under Helm Sycamore

Up and over Helm Crag and to the Under Helm Sycamore - a day of walking, poetry, and discussions. Join us!

May 16

The Long View Exhibition: Lakeside Arts, Nottingham

Delighted to be showing some early-stage work from The Long View at Lakeside Arts, Nottingham, through May and June. 

May 9

The Long View installation in Wasdale

The first of our seven installations for The Long View: Everything is Connected (aka 'The Yellow Line') is in place in Wasdale and, quite unexpectedly, has caused a bit of a debate ... 

May 6

Conwy: The Environmental Internet of Things

Our last research visit to Conwy as part of the pioneering Environmental Internet of Things project with Lancaster and Bangor Universities and the Centre for Hydrology and Ecology. More here: Water Finds its Way

 

April 28

iPorter Film at Cambridge University

Rob takes his i-Porter film to Cambridge!

April 24

Working with Oxford University Postgraduate Students

Guided walk and presentation with Oxford University Postgraduate Students of Environmental Management, at the Blencathra Centre, and a guided walk in the Borrowdale Valley to the Langstrath Birch

April 21

Presentation, FSCouncil Blencathra Centre

Presentation to Manchester’s Xaverian College Students at the Field Studies Council Blencathra Centre, with guided walk to the Little Asby Hawthorn.

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