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Vistas and Panoramas

In this strand of the project Prof. Robin McInnes has worked with local schools and art societies to examine how the wealth of historic artworks depicting the East Wight can help to improve our understanding of change in the landscape over time. The project has a strong awareness-raising and educational component involving Island residents, visitors and students across the range of academic levels.

It concluded in May 2016 with an exhibition of historic and contemporay landscape works held at Ventnor Botanic Gardens, a landscape painting / photography competition and the publication of a project booklet. Click here for more images.