Landscape & Arts is the only Journal devoted to arts and the environment.

It includes editorial by artists, landscape architects and designers, architects, environmentalists, commissioners, producers and funders. 

Journal 45 was the last on-line Journal; individual articles are now produced about once a month and are e-mailed to Members first before being put on the Articles page.

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45 Desert Islands Edition

Experiencing Desert Islands Janet Swailes
The Flow Country Wendy Bibby
Reflections on the Inaugural Folkestone Triennial Terry Fairman

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44  Hopeful Earth Edition

Mel Chin’s Revival Field: The Postmodern American Landscape Anna Heineman
The Art of Engaged Nomadism and the Transition Town Network  Jed Picksley
Ben’s Quest Donna Sanders

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43  ZEN Edition

Zen Arts Intensive Jane Spray
July as it Happens Jeanne Larsen
Community and Self Build Housing Jason Hawkes
The Great Tate Crack, Polar Bears and Helen & Newton Harrison              Tam Giles
Dancing Between Worlds- Anne-Marie Culhane
Book Reviews

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Journal 42

Tate Modern Community Garden Tam Giles
Slow Making Jane Frost
Site Dance Site Music Isobel Jones
YSP Event Bobbie Millar
The Diver Jeff Higley

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Journal 41  +  Sally Prothero Article

Kirkby Stephen Sue Harrison
Sara Melville
Stephen Walker
With the Grain
David Nash Exhibition
Jeff Higley
Landscape design education and kinesthetic experience Julie Marianne Weltzien 
Historic Urban Landscapes (extract )  Sally Prothero
Book Reviews

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40: Working at the Water’s Edge

from the ‘mud flats up’ Debbi Lander
Melting Earth Edith Slee
Dancing in a New Place Andrea Olsen
The Line as Light Janet Swailes
Art, Physiology and the Soil-Body Interface Alexandra Toland
Book Reviews Kirkby Stephen
Background Information Dick Capel

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Journal 39

Learning the Land part 3 Linda Gordon
Can Art save the Polar Bears Martin Spray
Log on the Severn Clinton Chaloner
Desire Lines at Dartington Jeff Higley
A Celebration of Portland Stone Tam Giles
Between a Rock and a Hard Place Mary Low
Book Reviews


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Journal 38

Learning the Land part 2 Linda Gordon
Art and Environment Dave Pritchard
Review of Two Conferences Sue Harrison
Landscape, Law and Art in Sweden Marie Gayatri
Books & Reviews
Letters

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Journal 37  

Deep in the Forest Rosie Leventon
Book Review  ‘Ecological Aesthetics’
Art Farm info and booking details

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  Journal 36 (not available)

Stone and Natural Geometry – Peter Randall-Page in Newcastle Jennifer Mullins
Geometry and the Manifestation of Glory Ian Thompson
Sturry Road Garden Alison Wainman
The Art and Gardens at Tremenheere Neil Armstrong
The Revelation of Light,  James Turrell at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park Clare Lilley
Gunpowder Park Eileen Woods & Tony Beckwith
Stones and Spirits Kenneth Lymer
The Shapwick Giant Project Olivia Keith
Learning the Land Linda Gordon
The Urban Forester Alex Trouton
Whatever Happened to the Polar Bears? Terry Fairman
Weather into Art  Barry Larking
The Wilderness of the Imagination Robert Robertson
Art and Change Seminar report Tam Giles


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Journal 34 -35

All earlier editions were not available in digital form.

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