Future Landscapes Symposium
To accompany the Sheep exhibition in spring 2019, the cross-disciplinary symposium 'Future Landscapes' explored dialogues around the future of our rural farming landscape. Speakers from farming communities, curators, policy makers, scientists, geographers and artists were invited to take part in a symposium that took them from town into the uplands of mid-Wales and back.
A copy of the report produced as a result of the symposium can be download HERE
and you can watch the main presentations:
Dr Ieuan Joyce farms in Ceredigion and Herefordshire, combining biodiversity and food production objectives. His interests include nature conservation and sustainable rural development.
Dr Ffion Jones - Discussing her new work commissioned for Ceredigion Museum and developed in engagement with the museum agricultural collection and sheep farming community of Ceredigion
Sion Marshall-Waters is a documentary filmmaker and photographer based in the south of Wales. A recent graduate from the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology at the University of Manchester, his projects explore people's relationships with place, how nations of place are constructed and experienced, and how they shape one's sense of self.