Commonplace Book is a way of sharing extracts, fragments, notes and reflections throughout the development of Into the Mountain. It creates the possibility for containing multiple voices and experiences involved in the project.

  • Looking back: Julie Lawson

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Dancer in the heather of the Cairngorms

    Looking back: Caroline Reagh

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Large choir group in the glen

    Looking back: Margaret Moore

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Women's choir in the Cairngorms

    Looking back: Norma D. Hunter

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Group of women singing

    Looking back: Hannah May

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Mountain leader speaks to a group from within the Cairngorms

    Looking back: Facilitators

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Close up of a woman singing outside within a group

    Looking back: Angela Patterson

    Some months have passed since the Into The Mountain performances and with this we have invited the amazing team of women who made it happen […]

  • Into The Mountain Press

    Articles and reviews about the Into The Mountain performance, featured in various news outlets both national and local. National Press The Guardian, 29 May 2019 […]

  • The Performance

    Performed over 4 days, Into The Mountain culminated with a series of guided walks and performances deep within Glen Feshie for small audiences. On arrival […]

  • The Walk

    Into The Mountain culminated in a series of guided walks and performances over four days, deep within Glen Feshie in the Cairngorms National Park. Leading […]

  • The Choir

    As part of the Into The Mountain performances, a new choir of women learned, practiced and sang a new vocal score written by artist Hanna […]

  • 3 people's hands touch a lichen covered rock

    Into The Mountain Trainees Announced

    We are delighted to announce that Leona Dölger and Polly Urquhart are our two successful Into The Mountain Trainees.  They will be participating in our […]

  • Winter walk

    Winter Walk

    Tumbling mist crossing the hillside opening frames of landscape. Quietness descends with gentle windblown mist. So light only breath is moving it along. A pasture […]

  • How The Earth Must See Itself

    How The Earth Must See Itself is a new short film project conceived and developed by Simone Kenyon and filmmaker Lucy Cash. It is created […]

  • Into The Mountain – A Meet

    Into The Mountain – A Meet brought together practitioners and enthusiasts interested in the intersections and conversations between the arts, dance, mountain and hill walking […]

  • Jean Lanhorne with the Into The Mountain company

    Placefulness

    Earlier in the research process for Into the Mountain, we were joined by Jean Langhorne, who led us on one of her favourite walks from […]

  • Erlend Clouston talks on his relationship with Nan Shepherd

    Erlend Clouston on Nan Shepherd

    Erlend Clouston, long-term friend and literary executor of the Scottish poet and writer Nan Shepherd, talked intimately about his personal relationship with Nan on the […]

  • With Gentle Interest

    Gather and receive the core 5 sensual elements. Distil each essence – sight, smell, sound, taste, touch. Let the distillation enter Let it explore With […]

  • GROUP(S)

    Dance makers / Performers first day of research with Eco- Psychologist Margaret Kerr. Two days of mindfulness practices, slowing down, observation of bodily and environmental […]

  • Recce

    Walking Routes and site considerations with Heather Morning from Mountaineering Scotland.