A number of Landscape and Environment projects have included public exhibitions among their outputs (either through the direct staging of an exhibition or through the project team acting as advisors/contributors to other related events). These exhibitions are detailed below alongside links to online resources from the exhibitions and project research pages.
Project: Tales of the Frontier: political representations and practices inspired by Hadrian's Wall
Location: Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum, Wallsend, and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle
Duration: 4th July - 13th September 2009 (Wallsend) and 19th September - 25th October 2009 (Carlisle)
Catalogue: Tolia-Kelly, D. P. and Nesbitt, C. (2009). An Archaeology of 'Race': Exploring the Northern Frontier in Roman Britain. (Durham: Durham University Press).
Project: Land art and the culture of landscape, 1967-77
Location: Djangoly Art Gallery, Nottingham
Duration: 20th June - 9th August 2009
Catalogue: Sleeman, A.J. and Alfrey, N. (2009). Earth-Moon-Earth. Djanogly Art Gallery, University of Nottingham: Nottingham.
Project: Popular musicscapes and the characterisation of the urban environment
Location: World Museum, Liverpool
Duration: 12th July 2008 - 1st November 2009
Catalogue: Leonard, M. and Strachan, R. (eds.) (2009). The Beat Goes On: Liverpool, Popular Music and the Changing City. (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press). See chapter by Cohen, S., and Lashua, B.D. 'Re-Mapping the Precinct: Music, the built environment and urban change in Liverpool'.
Project: Touchstone test-piece
Location: Void Gallery, Derry
Duration: 20th May - 20th June 2008
Project: From the technological sublime to the urban pastoral: rethinking urban and industrial landscapes
Location: Myles Meehan Gallery, Darlington
Duration: 14th August - 27th September 2008
Catalogue: Tucker, J. (2008). Tense. See 'The complicity of the mundane'.
Project: Writing the landscape of everyday life: lay narratives of the home garden
Location: Jubilee Library, Brighton and subsequently part of 'Photographs Matter: an exhibition of participant-directed photography' at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2008.
Duration: Five days in June 2007 and August 2008 and online
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