Ian Hamilton Finlay’s work continues to be exhibited nationally and internationally and has been the focus of numerous events, conferences and symposia. These pages highlight new projects at Little Sparta and around the world.
The podcast series ‘Ian Hamilton Finlay Conversations’ was initiated as part of Sharing Little Sparta. Hosted by Andrew Patrizio, the podcasts featured here are part of a growing series focussing exclusively on the art of Ian Hamilton Finlay and the garden at Little Sparta. They form part of the online archive developed by the Little Sparta Trust and we are grateful to all those involved to date.
The Little Sparta Trust is sad to hear of the death on 24th April of Ian Appleton, a formative influence on the history and development of Little Sparta, and
by Magnus Linklater. Many of you have visited Little Sparta and may have donated funds in the past, so I hope you will not mind if I approach you for additional
by Malcolm Fraser. I worked at Little Sparta in the 1980s, with Andy the stonemason, and we sometimes stayed over, sleeping in the Garden Temple, with evenings talking by the
by Magnus Linklater. They lived within a few miles of each other, near the Lanarkshire town of Biggar, and in their day were considered towering figures on the Scottish literary
by Dr Patrick Eyres. Ian Gardner was born in Lancaster on 7th November 1944 and died there on 10th June 2019, of a heart attack, at the age of 74.
An essay by Dr Patrick Eyres. This drawing, by Chris Broughton (fig. 1), salutes the way that the craftsmanship of Keith Bailey articulates the poetry of Ian Hamilton Finlay. It
We are pleased to announce details of the 2018 Little Sparta Residency Programme funded by The Bridge Awards. The Glasgow-based artist and writer John Farrell uses photography, text, video, found/archival
This Podcast was recorded at the University of Edinburgh on 14 July 2017. It is introduced by Professor Andrew Patrizio and features an interview with Dr. Drew Milne. Drew Milne
This Podcast was recorded at Little Sparta on 15 July 2017. It is introduced by Professor Andrew Patrizio and features an interview with Susan Stewart. A poet, critic, and translator,
This Podcast was recorded at Little Sparta on 15 July 2017. It is introduced by Professor Andrew Patrizio and features an interview with Nancy Perloff. Dr. Nancy Perloff is Curator,