The OpenSpace research centre at The Open University hosted an event on 6 June which reflected on the status of cultural geography now, and, in particular, how the subdiscipline should respond to the demands of the present moment. Members of two panels were given eight minutes each to explore ways in which the current context is, or should be, shaping cultural geography as a sub-discipline. It was a great day, very interesting and, well, provocative. The whole event was webcast live, and you can now watch those recordings here. Enjoy.