Transforming Landscapes in Film and Art

Published: 30 April 2024

Discussion about historical documentary making, University of Glasgow, Fri 14th June, 6-6:45pm Booking required, Free

Art-lovers and environmentalists alike are invited to join two art historians with a passion for the environment. What role can historic national collections that span art and science play in furthering our understanding of the Earth Crisis? Carla Benzan and Sam Shaw (Open University) will pull back the curtain on the film series 'Art & Ecology', inspired by Scottish collections and created in collaboration with local environmental filmmaker Libby Penman. You'll learn more about the intriguing and surprising artworks featured in the films, including stories and tidbits that didn't make the final cut. You will also find out what might be coming up in the next round of filming. Join Carla and Sam and help decide what artworks and issues to tackle next! 

Venue: University of Glasgow, Advanced Research Centre (ARC), 11 Chapel Lane, Glasgow, G11 6EW
Date: Fri 14th June
Time: 6-6:45pm
Booking: Booking required through this GSF BookItBee link
Cost: Free

First published: 30 April 2024