'Tipping Points' project led by Dr Judith Tucker produces video recordings of work and exhibitions

Senior lecturer and artist Dr Judith Tucker and PhD researcher Melanie Tugwell Rose have been working on AHRC-funded public engagement activities with colleagues in the School of English.

‘Tipping Points’: Cultural Responses to Wilding and Land-sharing in the North is the second follow-on project from ‘Land Lines’.

This new project comes under the UKRI ‘Landscape Decisions’ programme, which seeks to “address the challenge of delivering better, evidence-based decisions within UK landscapes through research collaboration with policy, business and land management partners to deliver an interdisciplinary decision-making framework to inform how land is used”.

Abstract work by Linda Ingham & Sky Study featuring geometric patterns of light and dark blue and green and brown branch-like object

Image by workshop participant Linda Ingham Lichen & Sky Study

The recorded online workshops and exhibitions of work produced during the live workshops are now available to view on the Landlines website.

Watch the videos on demand.