Artists in Residence News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme

’Treasure House’ by Antony Lyons. Photo: Liz Ballard.

Connecting people and places: The power of art in environmental storytelling

“As artists we have the power to engage people and to inspire and create a sense of hope especially during…

23rd May 2024

Robbie Synge’s vision: Art, community, and landscape restoration in the Cairngorms

Artist and choreographer Robbie Synge is based in Nethy Bridge, a village situated in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. Working…

28th March 2024

Reflecting on 2023: Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme Annual Review 

As we reflect on the achievements of the Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme (ELSP) in 2023, we are starting to…

16th February 2024

Four Endangered Landscapes Programme Artist Residencies announce extensions

We are delighted to announce the Endangered Landscape Artist Residency extensions in four of our restoration landscapes. Building on the…

24th May 2023

A middle aged woman with dark hair clasps hands with an elderly woman in a head scarf.

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