Improving the building
Working out the future
Proposing uses

Background Info
Grizedale Arts are a leading UK Arts organisation and are leasing Low Parkamoor from the National Trust. Based in the English Lake district, Grizedale Arts built a distinctive reputation through forest sculpture such as Andrew Goldsworthy ephemeral structures. Recently they have curated projects at PS1 New York, and commissioned work by Jeremy Deller (Turner Prize winner 2004). Their 2006 programme includes projects in Japan, Egremont and the Liverpool Biennial. Grizedale commissioned artists Dan Robinson and Bryan Davies in 2005 to work with the derelict Low Parkamoor farmhouse. Thinking Space for the North has developed in close partnership with Grizedale Arts and the National Trust.

Interior fresco | Centre for Imagined Futures | What might it look like? |
VIP and fireside evenings | ‘Imagine the future’ survey | Walking and thinking circuit | Workshops | Academic