Peter Scott Gallery welcomes visting artists and hosts a talk about the Environment 2.0 Exhibition

Date:21 October 2009
Time:2.30 pm

The Peter Scott Gallery's current exhibition, Environment 2.0, an exploration of art and sustainability commissioned by the Nuffield Theatre and Manchester's Futuresonic Festival has successfully launched and is already attracting positive reviews:

"...a fascinating show, that curators Drew Hemment and Dennis Hopkins should be proud of, and one that everyone should see, absorb and respond to." - The Lunecy Review (

The Peter Scott Gallery is delighted to be welcoming two of the international artists whose work features in the show: Heather Ackroyd of duo Ackroyd and Harvey and Helen Evans of Paris-based HeHe. As part of their visit the artist's will be taking part in a FREE artists talk event, 2.30pm-5pm Wednesday 21st October. The talk, in collaboration with FutureEverything Festival, will offer an opportunity to hear the artists discussing their work and the outcomes of their actions at a local level

Entry to the talk is free and open to all, though capacity is limited.

The Artists Talk event immediately follows The Nuffield Theatre's MAKING TIME year-long project launch - taking place in the almost overlooked natural garden to the left as you approach the Nuffield box office/Peter Scott Gallery) at noon on Wednesday 21 October. Everyone is welcome

Event website:
Who can attend:Anyone

Further Information

Associated staff:Rachel Baynton, Alice Booth, Julia Carradus, Matt Fenton, Drew Hemment
Organising departments and research centres:Biological Sciences, Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts
  • Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (LICA)
  • The LICA Building, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YW, UK