Art on the Hill app out now

Bristol’s Art on the Hill takes place in the Windmill Hill/Victoria Park area over the weekend of the 3rd and 4th October 2015. The GPS App listing the artists has just been released. It works through the Appfurnace Player, so for full instructions on how to download visit

MST member David Smith, who produced the app is part of two groups exhibiting this year. The Big Park Draw ( presents a selection of drawings made over the year by visitors of all ages to the park in St Michael’s and All Angels Church. The Bristol ParkHive ( team are displaying a selection of photographs submitted by the public from parks situated the all around the Bristol area. You will find them in the Windmill Hill Community Centre over the weekend.

Don’t worry if you can’t make the trail. The app can be browsed from the comfort of your own home, so you can see the work of the 100+ artists opening their doors over the weekend.



The Geographical Turn: Dublin 6-7 November


MST members Karen Till and Gerry Kearns are organising a series of artistic responses and talks around the themes of space, place and environment.

The project is funded by the Irish Research Council as part of its ‘New Foundations: Enhancing Knowledge Exchange,’ a set of initiatives to encourage knowledge transfer between academic and applied contexts. The Geographical Turn asks how geographers and artists might learn from their separate exploration of the common themes of space, place, and environment. These are the key themes of Geography. They also resonate with the central political concerns of our time, the geographical dilemmas of modernity.

The core of the project is a set of collaborations between artists and geographers.

Collaborations so far include, Fearghus O’ Conchuir (geographer, and dance artist) and Rionach ni Neill; Ambra Bergamsco (geographer, and Butoh dance artist) and Michelle Brown; Zoe Reilly (geographer and visual artist) and Anthony Haughey; Gerry Kearns and Larry Kirwin; Cian O’Callaghan and Silvia Loeffler; and myself and Louise Lowe.

An overview of the project and the events organised for the 6th and 7th of November  can be found at: