Liquidscapes: tales and tellings of watery worlds and fluid states
June 20-22 2018
Venue: Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EA, UK
A three-day (Wednesday June 20 to Friday June 22) event bringing together creative thinkers and doers to explore physically and figuratively our watery worlds and fluid states.
Dr Richard Povall
- Tristan Gooley (‘How to Read Water’) – writer and pioneer of ‘natural navigation’ The art of finding meaning in what we see outdoors
- Amy Sharrocks – artist and swimmer: Against Dryness
- Prof. Paul Murdin OBE: Planetary Vistas: the landscapes of other worlds
- Evening screening of Kiss the Water (dir. Eric Steel) 2013
Main exhibition (TBC)
In the Garden Room Gallery: Andrew Phillips / Muriel Soriano / Zoe Hudson (confirmed)
Dr Silvia Battista
Dr Katrina Brown
Dr Alex Murdin
Deadline for proposals: 20 November 2017 (22.00 GMT)
Registration opens: 27 November 2017
Programme announced: 12 December 2017
Early Bird Registration closes: 10 February 2018
Submit proposals at http://liquidscapes.info/proposal-form/
From Saturday June 9 to Monday June 18 we will run The river: dancing, speaking, singing, laughing (a Global Nomadic Art Project) on behalf of CCANW, with fifteen artists from across the world.
For five days in June (immediately following the symposium) OR in September we will offer a residential short course: The Sea.
We’ll send you updates about Liquidscapes and from time to time general updates on art.earth
From Saturday June 9 to Monday June 18 2018 with we will be running The river: dancing, speaking, singing, laughing (a Global Nomadic Art Project) on behalf of CCANW with fifteen artists from across the world.
From Monday 10 September to Friday 14 September 2018 we will offer a residential short course: The Sea. Course team and venue: TBC