Art-site: Creating work with the landscape will consider the history of land art and environmentally-responsive practices since they first emerged in the late 1960s and how contemporary artists are deriving their work from the landscape today. The symposium will look at the evolution of this process and how contemporary artists are responding through new methodologies to the historical depictions of the landscape in art. Discussions will reflect on the land art movement and how the emergence of Sculpture Parks encouraged a new way of both producing and presenting work in the landscape. Conversations will also consider how artists have utilised this area of practice to extend and increase the impact and scope their work has outside of the physical limitations a gallery or building imposes. Keynote speakers include Diana Hamilton of The Hamilton Project and artist David Ogle. FREE. Booking required via Mark Devereux Projects' website.