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Blog Post: Hannah Christopher reflects on the WomenTalkPlace Symposium
Monday Conversation 5th December: an evening of discussion about wine and dining
Welcome Drinks, Monday 3 October 2022, 5pm, Arts Building 224
Readings and Discussion, 5 July 2022 5.45-7.30, Barber Gallery
Monday Conversation, 30 May 2022, 5-6pm online.
Lecture and reception: Tuesday 3 May, 5.30, Arts Building Lecture Room 3.
Monday Conversation 25 April 2022, 5-6pm online. With Bethan Roberts and Francesca MacKenney
Monday Conversation 7 February 2022, 6-7pm online: On Place Value
Video Screening on campus 22 November 5pm: Julie Brook talks on film about labour, rhythm, and the materials of the earth
Conversation 15 November online: Lauren Working and Lucy Powell discuss art, literature, and colonialism with art historian Stephanie Pratt.
We welcome land artist Julie Brook for a summer residency at Arts of Place.
On 23 June we held a drawing workshop with Julie Brook. Here’s a taste of some of the results.
A two-day seminar on William Cowper’s poetry, organized by Arts of Place members.
Weinrebe Lecture: Richard Mabey on Gilbert White of Selborne
Conversation: Andrew Hodgson and Ralph Pite consider the radical strangeness of Thomas’s writing
Essay: Michael Malay reflects on the hidden ecosystems that thrive on the sites of disused collieries.
Gallery: Photographer Martin Stott has been capturing images from lockdown life.
Re-reading: Hermione Lee returns to J.L. Carr’s classic novel
Conversation: Lauren Working and Lucy Powell bring questions of taste, trade and globalism to bear on scenes of feasting and beauty.
Conversation: Tim Dee, Michael Malay, and Liam Olds ask what beauty means in the context of ecological renewal.
Essay: In the year of Wordsworth’s 250th birthday, Jessica Fay explores the contemplative stories he tells about ruins.
Workshop 31 July: Explore migration and cultural memory through objects that cross borders.
Podcast: Alexandra Harris talks to Kate McLoughlin about William Cowper’s great poem of quiet home life, The Task.