This workshop explores your capacities and gifts in response to climate change and the loss of nature. The day uses Embodied Imagination as a creative way to discern your unique contributions in response to the challenges we face. It also draws upon insights and research from psychology, including ways to increase resilience and wellbeing as a cornerstone for self-care, so vital in the Anthropocene age. This means that the focus of the day will be practical and experiential rather than theoretical.

The workshop is also linked to themes which often arise in Climate Cafés such as care and hope. While it is not necessary to participate in these to join the workshop, they serve as useful entry points into the work.

The future enters into us, in order to transform itself in us, long before it happens.”

Rainer Maria Rilke


Date: Saturday 9 April.

Times: 10.00am to 5.00pm

Venue: Northumberland

Fee: Contributions | This workshop is now fully booked.

Northumberland, oil on paper (2021)