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This is an online event. ‘A stone can be seen a mountain in miniature.’ Journey through the history of high places, and their place in art, science and culture. By thinking through the past, The Ruskin's digital exhibition imagines the future of the world's upland landscapes. As an artist, writer, ecologist and radical thinker, John Ruskin’s art and ideas were grounded in engagement with the landscapes of the U.K. and Europe. For the first time, this digital exhibition brings together…Find out more »
This is an online event. How do we use mountains? What do mountains mean? How do we imagine the mountains of the future? Join The Ruskin at Lancaster University for a digital workshop to co-develop a new exhibition exploring the history, ecology, cultural value and future of mountain landscapes. Hear from a curator, artist and ecologist, explore artworks from The Ruskin and Alpine Club collections, and share your experiences and ideas. 'Mountains of the Future', a free, digital exhibition will be…Find out more »