Symposium: Progressive Landscapes
Delighted to be launching a spring symposium this week with @NTWales to be held at Dinefwr Park, Llandeilo, 16th March 2019. The Dinefwr Estate begin their 2019 season by hosting this weekend of talks and events. .
'Progressive Landscapes' brings together architects, artists and writers to help shape a cultural debate that has a particular relevance for National Trust Wales. Two themes are explored.
Reflecting on ways that we think and learn from our landscapes and the communities that settle within them. Predominantly highlighting architectural pedagogy, the techniques of community engagement, as well as socially engaged teaching within the context of contemporary society will provide the focus.
Led by Piers Taylor with contributions from Daisy Froud, DK_CM, Owen Griffiths & Mhairi McVicar. .
The Creative Document
Considering a range of approaches to how urban and rural environments are both pictured and recorded. Here questions of aesthetic representation through writing, art and architecture will be explored as ways of better understanding the complexities of place as both a historical and live experience.
Led by Richard King with contributions from Mark Smout &Laura Allan, Iwan Bala, Kirsti Bohata & Mike Perry.
This event forms part of the RSAW Wales Festival of Architecture 2019, a programme of talks, films, exhibitions and workshops held across Wales from March to June - www.architecture.com/wales
To book for this event go to the link in our bio.
Image by James Morris