Poster by Helen McDonnell The following is the 2nd post in which I reflect on Wendell Berry's ideas of a 'Good Forest Economy'– from an essay he wrote in 1995 (the reason why I chose to discuss Wendell's forest ideas are in the previous post here). https://videopress.com/v/ZLvfb9mh?preloadContent=metadata My talk for the Arboreal Book Club for…Read more Whose Woods These Are: Wendell Berry’s A Good Forest economy–with Cathy Fitzgerald
#FridayArt4Emergency Trans-Disciplinary Conversations on Peatlands A UCC Research IRC Funded Project #LoveIrishResearch An interdisciplinary Workshop on Creative Approaches to Education for Environmental Understanding and Responsibility Irish Research Council Creative Connection Scheme18-19 October 2019 – The Glucksman, Cork Co-hosted by Dr. Maureen O’Connor, University College Cork and The Glucksman Gallery I was delighted recently to present…Read more “A revolution in how we live? An interdisciplinary workshop on creative approaches to education for environmental understanding and responsibility” on peatlands.
I was so delighted to be part of this wonderful eco-social art project and exhibition last Thursday - it was a joy to support this fun and important project with amazing project designer-organiser, artist Jules Michael, and artist Annabel Konig and others from the Drummin Bog voluntary committee. And to use knowledge from my doctoral…Read more Creative Ireland An Fraughan art programme: Three Neighbouring Schools Eco-Social Art Exhibition Creates Buzz for Carlow’s Little Drummin Bog