Landscape Learn is a new prototype for learning and engaging with the landscapes around us. Landscape Learn will use the seasonality of nature to structure our approach to adaptive and immersive learning.
It will be open to students, professionals and communities, and will be hosted by a network of landscape experts to provide an agile, process driven and collaborative method of learning.
There will be access to online resources, essays, design projects and research and the ability to take part in a seasonal programme of tutorials, tours, field trips, workshops and explorations.
To us, finding an alternative method of sharing knowledge between the many disciplines working with the landscape above and below ground, seems paramount to improving life.
Find out more about what inspired us to create Landscape Learn.
Over three consecutive Wednesday evenings, beginning on the 11th of October, our Autumnal season of events will focus on Autumn Colour, Liquid Assets and Taking Care with expert and diverse speakers across the arts, engineering, and natural resource management. For this event series we are delighted that Landscape Learn will be hosted by the Garden Museum in the new Clore Learning Space overlooking the courtyard garden designed by Dan Pearson.
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