The AALERT 4DM scoping workshop will consider arts-based research related to landscapes and the environment and discuss and deliberate barriers and opportunities for further integrating these approaches into decision making.
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The event will provide opportunities for discussion and constructive dialogues between diverse disciplinary perspectives and professional practices. It will bring artists (practitioners and researchers) into conversation with other academics and stakeholders (including land managers, policymakers and natural and social scientists) to critically reflect on emerging interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary examples involving arts research from the UK and abroad.
The scoping workshop will also provide a space for reflections to help set the agenda for the AALERT 4DM regional case studies workshops held later in the year.
There will be three sessions:
Session one will explore the perspectives of decision-makers and artists and debate how they see artistic approaches contributing to decision making
Session two will explore the experience of two renowned artists and discuss further the role of artistic approaches in making decisions related to landscape
Session three will discuss the ‘Art is not an Island’ film exploring the contribution of the arts concerning the re-peopling agenda in Scotland
There will be presentations, panel and small group discussions. The event is open to wider audiences, and all speakers, hosts and guests will have the opportunity to participate in the discussions actively.
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