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.
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.
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.
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.
Light in the trees
Installation of movement-responsive light show at the Little Asby Hawthorn, with interns from High Wire. Read more here.
New National Park extension & a public walk
Public Walk to the Little Asby Hawthorn
Join us as we walk to the Little Asby Hawthorn and over the dramatic Little Asby Common.
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 ...
The Light Walk
Seven days and seven nights over midsummer with the seven trees of The Long View - 118km: here we go!
Public Walk to the Under Helm Sycamore
The Long View Exhibition: Lakeside Arts, Nottingham
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 ...
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.
iPorter Film at Cambridge University
Rob takes his i-Porter film to Cambridge!