Reading the Landscape
Reading The Landscape is a landscape environmental heritage project for communities to facilitate a wider understanding of the inherent qualities of the environment around us, including the built and the natural, resources and infrastructures.
Engaging in this way with the external requires active use of imagination, and this initiative encourages participants to look at the landscape as a microcosm case study for the practical application of field techniques.
Interpretation and visualisations are set to be interfered with by creatives so that a sense of place or the essence of an area gets to be re-imagined.
The first course of 2019 has been held in Kilrush, with the second in South Clare. The courses are held in conjunction with LCETB Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, facilitated by Zena Hoctor.