Lincolnshire Landscapes was built around the Impact Fellowship commissioned artwork by Simon Read. The aim was to create a day of talks and creative practice inspired by the landscape of Lincolnshire. The day concluded with a reception to mark the official 'launch' of Simon Read's artwork A Map of Alkborough Flats and the Humber Estuary to explore the processes impacting upon the decision to establish a Managed Realignment Site (2012) installed in the School of Geography at Nottingham in 2013.
Highfield House, University of Nottingham
16th April 2013
Thanks for an excellent day on Tuesday... As always, I learnt a vast amount, and the issues and discussions will feed into my own writing and teaching for a long time.
Just wanted to say what a really interesting and enlightening day we had on Tuesday.
Thank you for an excellent day. I thought the range of contributions was very engaging and I was especially pleased to be introduced to the work of Jon McGregor and Mike Pearson. The Programme's commissions have produced impressive outcomes.
Workshop booklet (with speaker profiles)
Workshop summary report
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