Creative Landscapes 2020

Podcast launch – Monday 21 Sept
Live Online Events – Wednesday 23 & Friday 25 Sept 

Creative Landscapes is a series of podcasts and free live online events exploring and celebrating creative collaboration between artists, producers and land managers both in Wales and across borders, and the mutually beneficial and inspiring work in the outdoors that fruitful collaboration can create.
 
Innovation, empathy, and inclusion are needed to rise to the challenges of the future. Join in as we share perspectives and explore what is possible when we work together, both here in Wales, and linking across the globe.

Taking place as part of the Wye Valley River Festival – re-imagined online for 2020 – and as part of the National Association of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’s ‘Landscapes for Life’ week 21 – 25 September, Creative Landscapes is curated by Articulture, in collaboration with the Festival team.

For full programme visit here

Contributors include

  • Sarah Sawyer – Community Links Officer, Wye Valley AONB
  • Krystal Lowe – Freelance Dancer, Choreographer, Writer
  • Dr Ffion Reynolds – Heritage & Arts Manager, Cadw / Historic Environment Service
  • Phil George – Chair, Arts Council of Wales
  • Phill Haynes and Jon Beedell – Wye Valley River Festival Creative Producers
  • Miles Jupp - Actor and Comedian
  • Clare Pillman – Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales
  • Georgina Harris – Director, Tin Shed Theatre
  • Marc Rees – Creator and Curator
  • David Gough – Artist, Cultural Practitioner, Educator, and Tasmanian Aboriginal Cultural Services
  • Alison Neighbour – Scenographer, Performance Design, Installation Artist
  • Matthew Gough – Educator, Choreographer, Performer, Dramaturg
  • Gavin Jones – Community Engagement Officer, Living Levels Partnership
  • Karine Décorne – Curator and Creative Producer, and Artistic Director, Migrations
  • Carolyn Robertson – Project Manager, Cairngorms National Park
  • Joseph Roberts – Lead Specialist Advisor: Recreation and Access, Natural Resources Wales
  • Simon Coates – Head of Cultural Services, Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea
  • Lisa Heledd Jones – StoryWorks

It is supported by Wye Valley AONB, Visit Wales, Welsh Government, and the Arts Council of Wales.

Image – ^ WVRF Llandogo – Credit – Paul Blakemore