A short panorama from the turning circle at Lawson Park, taken in 2007 when there is very little in what's now the Woodland Garden and just a bracken-covered slope where the productive Kitchen Garden now is.
Adam introduces Lawson Park
GA director Adam Sutherland explains the philosophy behind the rejuvenation of their former hillfarm Lawson Park. (It's shorter and more interesting than it sounds, promise)
Ye Olde Lawson Park
Taken in March 2006, this video wander around what is now becoming Grizedale's HQ shows just how far the house and land has come since then.
Introducing the Lawson Park Collection
Director Adam Sutherland shows a varied few of the objects that will furnish Lawson Park Farm when it re-opens as HQ next year and explains what these bits and bobs have to do with Grizedale's bigger ideas.
Director Adam Sutherland attempts to remember every artist he's ever worked with. Advance apologies if he forgot your name.
Ken Russell talks to artist Olivia Plender
A unique event at Rusland Reading Rooms in the rural English Lake District, where seminal film director Ken Russell talks to artist Olivia Plender about his life and career.
Egremont Folk Float test drive
The Folk Float is a mobile museum in a customised milk float, designed by artists group public works for the Creative Egremont public art programme. This is a short test drive of the float in summer 2007.
Lee Fields Raps over Johnnie Taylor
In a club in New Jersey Lee Fields extemporises over Johnnie Taylor's classic soul song 'Last Two Dollars' during a discussion with Grizedale Arts about participation in "Romantic Detachment' a performance art project at PS1 in 2004
A Search for the Romantic in New York
Adam Sutherland interviews artists Olaf Breuning, Sarah Staton, Paul Morel and Big Genius about the Romantic. This film was made during the reserch residency that led to the PS1 project 'Romantic Detachment' and was exhibited at Apex Art in NYC.
Filmed and edited by Karen Guthrie, 2002/3
Soul star Lee Fields sings for 'Romantic Detachment'
A spine-tingling live performance of Soft Cell's 'Say hello, wave goodbye' - by legendary New Jersey soul veteran Lee Fields, at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, 2004. Part of a piece by artists' Juneau/projects comissioned by Grizedale Arts.