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Current and forthcoming events

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Announced 19 November, 2007

No.15. Landscapes in Dialogue by Alice Angus Thoughts inspired by the Artists in the Park residency, Ivvavik National Park, Yukon


Abstract: In 2003 Alice was the only non-Canadian to participate in the first Artists in the Park residency in Ivvavik National Park in the Northern Yukon, organised by Parks Canada. This essay is inspired by the experience in Ivvavik and by her long term collaboration with artist and guide Joyce Majiski that began on the residency.http://proboscis.org.uk/publications/SNAPSHOTS_landscapes.pdf [A4 PDF 1Mb]


Alice will be presenting "Time Accidents, Topographies and Tales" at POLAR: Fieldwork & Archive Fever at the British Library on November 20th. The symposium is organised by the Arts Catalyst, the British Library and the Open University.

Four Diffusion eBooks of Alice's journals from the Artists in the Park residency are also published by Proboscis and available to download from http://diffusion.org.uk/?cat=85   http://proboscis.org.uk/publications/snapshots.html










Announced 19 November, 2007

Legible London Free Exhibit Wed 28th November - Sat 1st December 2007 10 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BY  Open 10am - 4pm daily

Come and learn more about the prototype and have your say...

This exhibit provides further information on the installation of the pedestrian wayfinding scheme in the Bond

Street area of Westminster.

Come along to the exhibit and:

• Learn more about the theories behind wayfinding which have led to the Legible London project 

• Understand why the West End and specifically Bond Street was chosen as the prototype area 

• See a replica street sign used in the pilot area as part of the wayfinding system 

• Give feedback on the scheme and wayfinding in London

All visitors to the venue will be able to pick up a free copy of the new publication ‘The Yellow Book’ which is

a summary of the project so far and its importance to London. There will also be the opportunity to view the

prototype signs in the Bond Street area.

For more information on the exhibit contact Jennifer Calvert: jennifer.calvert@tfl.gov.uk or 020 7027 9243  www.legiblelondon.info


Announced 19 November, 2007

Colombian Ministry of Culture Fellowship Artist, David Anaya Maya,

Invites you view the work developed during 10 week residency in Visual

Arts at the Banff Centre. Opening Reception on Thursday 22 in JPL 204

at 4:00 pm and will run until November 25. Refreshments will be served.

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