Writing and Landscape: a symposium

Symposium: Language, Landscape and the Sublime

29/06/2016 – 30/06/2016

This two-day symposium draws together artists and thinkers from a wide range of disciplines to explore ways in which landscape –– and the ways we represent it –– connects deeply to our lives and underpins our relationship to the world.

The programme is now emerging and much of can be seen here . Places are going fast, but some regular tickets still remain. The price goes up after the end of February, so book now to get the best price.

Day 1 of the symposium takes place at Dartington Hall; the second day happens there also, with parallel sessions happening at nearby Sharpham House. Find out more about the venues. Unless you have your own car, you’ll have to choose between one or the other for the second day, so we’ve attempted to theme the sessions to help you choose.

The Symposium takes places in one of the most beautiful parts of England, so stay the weekend and enjoy!

There is an associated residential short course being offered the week before the symposium, with poet Fiona Benson, sound artist Richard Povall and special guest artist Garry Fabian Miller. Find out more.

See more at: http://languagelandscape.info