Could Ireland really move from its unremarkable laggardly environmental awareness (as remarked by our former Taoiseach - prime minister Leo Varadkar) to champion an international law that could alter the activities of the 13 or so mega-corporations that continue to cause much of the ecosocial harm across the world?
The artist Georges Braque once declared that "art is meant to disturb. Science reassures". My ideal is that art and science together should disturb, not as disillusion, but as a way to strengthen social reflections and the ethical ethos in qualitative research – in order to propose paradigms which are sustainable and congruent with the…Read more Exploring Eco-Social Art Strategies in Qualitative Research and EcoArt
News from my Haumea Ecoliteracy site about two upcoming online courses to help creatives and art professional engage with ecological concerns. Previous courses have booked out quickly – see the testimonials.
Haumea Online is expanding! New Ecophilosophy and Ecoliteracy Courses for creatives and art professionals announced. Limited places, so book early here.
16 July – 2 September 2020; ‘Creativity as an Act of Love’ new 7-week guided course with mentoring/coaching with philosopher Nikos Patedakis, Ph.D – BOOKINGS NOW OPEN!
21 September – 2 November 2020; ‘Essential Ecoliteracy for Creatives and Art Professionals, with eco-social artist Cathy Fitzgerald, Ph. D. BOOKINGS OPEN 8 SEPTEMBER.
Background and update on Haumea Online:
Haumea Ecoliteracy Services for the Arts developed in January 2019, from an idea in the conclusion of my doctoral research thesis ‘The Ecological Turn’…
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