Ruislip Group: March Update
Our March Meeting took place this week and was kindly hosted by Anne Crabbe.
We started our meeting with a round up of LIP activities including feedback from the last satellite coordinators’ meeting which included plans for a symposium for members that was warmly received.
We then moved to the main focus of our meeting which was, as usual, a review (with helpful advice!) of members’ current projects and work.
As a compact group, there is always enough time for a meaningful debate in respect of each member’s work – which is the main ‘purpose’ of the group – to give on-going encouragement. We covered John Rhodes’s work on the recent floods, Gareth Davies’s innovative video-based approach to landscapes (please see the images in this post), Anne’s latest project work including local studies and my own foray into landscape photography.
All LIP members are of course welcome to attend our meetings.