Alan Boldon has spent the last twenty years working on interdisciplinary projects as an artist, curator and project manager. For twelve years, he directed an international arts summer school devoted to exploring interdisciplinary engagement with place. He has an MA in Psychological Aesthetics and has taught Fine Art, socially contextualised arts practices, public art and psychological aesthetics at BA and MA level for the past ten years as well as lecturing throughout Europe, the USA and Canada. He works at Dartington College of Arts, where for four years he has been leading the development of Arts and Ecology. One of the results of this is an MA in Arts and Ecology that began in September 2006. This course has attracted international attention and has been praised for being innovative and challenging on every level in terms of scope and depth of course concerns, design and pedagogy.