Practising Place is a programme of events and essays, which explore place related themes through interdisciplinary conversations. Since 2013, the programme has developed relationships between artists and academics from fields such as human geography, landscape archaeology, history and sociology, with a view to generating new understandings of places through the sharing of ideas and approaches. These conversations have been made public through a series of events across the north and Midlands in venues such as the Bluecoat Arts Centre (Liverpool), Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle), and Nottingham Contemporary, a series of commissioned essays hosted on the Double Negative arts and culture website, and a book of collaborative texts, projects and conversations published by Art Editions North.

Arts Council EnglandUniversity of Central Lancashire

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