As we walk through the landscape we are travelling through a constantly changing living museum revealing how society and community use space and place to exist alongside each other.
Later on in 2022 I will be running some collaborative photo book projects inspired by such landscapes and that are informed by place-names and language, signs which which tell us about the history, the contemporary and the future of how space and place has been used and will be used by communities.
The first event is on May 18th 2022, when I am supporting Kathryn Bullen by talking more about these future photo book projects, which you might want to join. This will be after Kathryn has spoken about her PhD research which considers what place-names and language can tell us about the Isle of Axholme, a geographical area in Lincolnshire which borders South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.
I am sure that by joining us for this one hour talk you will develop new ideas for your photography and photo book making.
You can either attend in person, or online subject to tickets being available.
To book click here
East Midlands Regional Organiser
- Stewart Wall MA FRSA ARPS
Online or at The North Lincolnshire Museum