Practising Place is a programme of public conversations, designed to examine the relationship between art practice and place. Each event is hosted at a different venue in the North of England and explores a specific aspect of place by bringing artists together with people from different backgrounds, who share a common area of interest.
Click here to read a blog about all the Practising Place events.
Found out more about each event and watch films of the talks:
Working the Land: Art, Landscape and the Everton Meadows (Rebecca Chesney in Conversation with Rosemary Shirley), October 2013, Liverpool.
Liminal Landscapes: Assembly, Enclosure and the West Lancs Coast (David Jacques in conversation with Les Roberts), March 2014, Preston
After Castle Market: Salvaging the Urban Obsolete (Victoria Lucas in conversation with Emma Fraser), November 2014, Sheffield.
In-Between Places: Class, Creativity and Contemporary Art (William Titley in conversation with Steve Millington), April 2015, Manchester.
Forms of Inscription: Surfaces, Patterns and the Typography of Place (Joanne Lee in conversation with Paul Wilson), February 2016, Sheffield.
Urban Vibrations: Selfhood, Sound and the City (Magda Stawarska-Beavan in conversation with James Mansell), May 2016, Nottingham.
Vocal Landscapes: Bodies, Language and Place (Amelia Crouch in conversation with David Cooper), June 2016, Manchester.
Nostalgic Landscapes: Responses to the British Seaside (Jenny Steele in conversation with David Jarratt), July 2016, Preston.
(Dis)ordering the City: Buildings, Bodies and Urban Space (Emily Speed in conversation with Duncan Light), October 2016, Liverpool.
Inhabiting the Landscape: Art, Archaeology and the Performance of Place (Ian Nesbitt and Ruth Levene in conversation with Bob Johnston), November, 2016, Newcastle upon Tyne.