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All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Marius Sumlea

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Nico de Transilvania wins Endangered Landscapes Programme arts prize

The Endangered Lanscapes Programme is delighted to announce that the winner of our 2021/22 Arts Prize is Nico de Transilvania.…

18th October 2022

Two elderly men play the guitar.

Wild Côa Symphony

Working closely with local communities in the Greater Côa Valley, the creative collaboration of ecological artist Antony Lyons, archaeologist Bárbara…

29th September 2022

A group of people stand looking over a field on a cloudy day. A man is speaking to them and pointing to the landscape.

Restoring landscapes at scale: new Restoration Landscape grantees convene in Cambridge

Earlier this summer, the new cohort of ELP Restoration Landscape grantees were brought to Cambridge for a week-long workshop. The…

25th August 2022

Singing the sounds of nature, connection and memory in Romania’s Carpathian Mountains

The arts and cultural practice provide a compelling route into understanding how people are connected to landscapes. The Endangered Landscapes…

7th July 2022

Generation restoration: Endangered Landscapes Programme announces eight new Restoration Landscapes

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is delighted to announce the in-principle recipients of the next cohort of Restoration Landscape project grants,…

10th June 2022

The Endangered Landscapes Programme launches new strategy

The Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) is delighted to announce the publication of its new strategy, which provides direction and focus…

26th May 2022