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Working with somewhere-nowhere on The Long View

It's been a fascinating few weeks working with Harriet and Rob Fraser of somewhere-nowhere as two years of work on The Long View has culminated in a book, an exhibition and plans to create a legacy with three treefolds across Cumbria as part of the 2018 Charter for Trees, Woods and People.

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As well as press releases and dealing with media enquiries, there's been liaison with partners at Grizedale Forest, Common Ground, the Woodland Trust and other organisations and a lot of social media activity to ensure that Harriet's posts from the first treefold and Rob's images capturing the build have reached a broader audience.

Grizedale exhibition

There's still more to come - the exhibition at Grizedale runs until the end of August and then goes on tour, Harriet and Rob are giving a number of artists' talks about the project and its wider (and deeper) implications and there are still two more treefolds to be built - treefold:east near Little Asby and treefold:west in Wasdale.

21 July, 2017

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