In your hands: 10 years of Fruit Routes
An opportunity to participate in a number of events to celebrate the launch of the Fruit Routes Charter and 10 years of Fruit Routes.
After welcome refreshments and an introduction from Professor Marsha Meskimmon, Director of IAS, there will be presentations on the following:
- Anne-Marie Culhane, ’10 years on and the Fruit Routes Charter’
- Chris Fremantle (Gray’s School of Art), ‘Ecoart in action: thinking about art that articulates dependencies’
- David Bell, ‘LU Arts and the Environment’
- Jo Shields (former Associate Head of Sustainability at LU and Sustainability Lead, whg). ‘Letting nature lead the way to create sustainable communities and a sense of place’
- Panel discussion on Fruit Routes and the Future
This event will be followed by lunch and an opportunity to take part in a lunchtime listening event given by Serena Smith:
A Litho-Phonic Encounter - In handbooks on lithography sound is generally overlooked, there is however always noise: the subject of this live reading of research material, in which Serena Smith explores the resonating depths of limestone.
After lunch there will be an ensemble improvised walk around the Fruit Routes together sharing different observations, reflections and knowledge. This will end with a Wild Tea of foraged food from campus in the Barefoot Orchard. Try your hand at tasseography - the art of reading the future, with Paul Conneally and Anne-Marie Culhane.
Contact and booking details
- Laura Dale
- Telephone number
- 01509 228598
- Email address
- Booking required?