Join the Masters students of Art, Space, and Nature (ECA) for a private viewing of our exciting final show. WHYLD is an exhibition of works that manifest our various interpretations of the concept of wilderness. The show opens 23rd of May
Su Grierson has, with the assistance of Jan van Boeckel, collected her blogs from her residency in Fukushima Province in Japan which were posted to ecoartscotland. She has added a lot of new images which did not originally feature. The blogs describe her time meeting and
Does the (natural) world exist to provide ‘services’ for human beings? Should we attempt to justify the importance of bees or trees or rivers or mountains or bacillus acidophilus in terms of an ecosystems services analysis, i.e. what services they provide to us?
Alternatively should we
Following up on Louis Helbig‘s presentation at Edinburgh College of Art comes Suzaan Boettger’s review in Brooklyn Rail of three books of photography of oil landscapes, Burtynsky’s Oil, J. Henry Fair’s The Day After Tomorrow: Images of our Earth in
Creative Carbon Scotland is a partnership of arts organisations which puts culture at the heart of a sustainable Scotland.
We provide a range of services which help the cultural sector achieve this goal. These
Steep Trail, the ongoing art and ecology programme inspired by the life and work of John Muir, has an exhibition of work resulting from residencies in China, plus an opportunity to ‘walk and talk.’
Winter Walk & Talk, Sat 2 Mar 2013, 1.30pm, St Andrews Botanic
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