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Visualising our beautiful Earth emotions invites us to care and act for a better world – reflecting on Navine G. Dossos’ murals at IMMA

Launched over a month ago, in this post I reflect on the social power of visualising our ecological emotions through artist Navine G. Knossos’ Kind Words Can Never Die wall murals, now on display for all visitors to the courtyard of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) for several years. This vibrant, vitalising colourfield behind the colonnade of IMMA’s courtyard also encircled and energised many of the events for IMMA’s inaugural Earth Rising – 3 day ecoart festival 21-23 October 2022, both visually and symbolically. I was delighted and honoured to mentor Navine in ecoliteracy before this ambitious commission.

Invitation to IMMA’s Earth Rising ecoart festival and Lucy Jone’s talk on ‘Losing Eden’ with Clodagh Emoe of IMMA’s Seed STUDIO

You are invited to the opening of IMMA’s first Eco Art Festival  Friday 21 October 18.45 — 21.00 ‘Earth Rising is a vibrant new Eco Art Festival celebrating people, place and planet, taking place across the IMMA Campus this October. Presenting over 70 contributors, artist commissions, talks and workshops, Seed STUDIO, and showcasing a stunning built-to-disappear eco pavilion, alongside an eclectic live music line-up and food stalls, this promises to be an engaging and enjoyable free day out for everyone.’    Fri 21, Sat 22 & Sun 23 October 2022 Admission Free  And best wishes to all past Haumea Ecoversity Learners participating in the inaugural Irish Museum of Modern Art 3-day #EarthRising Event Navine G. Dossos, Lisa Fingleton, Silke Michels, Paola Catizone, Thomas Duffy, Mary Hoy, all in the Breaking Cover Collective, Shannon Carroll, Sophie von Maltzan, Eileen Hutton, Sinead Curran, Eidin Griffin and to the many others involved whose work, I know of and admire:  Friends of Ardee Bog, Hi-Vis Witches, MonkeyShine Kareen Pennefeather & James Jobson, Nigel Wood – The Metamorphic Symbiocene Party & Ear to the Globe: Music from the Ecological Front-line, Deirdre Lane – Shamrock Spring, Roisin Markham – Donut Economics, Megan Best & staff of Native Events, Re-Peat,,Read more “Invitation to IMMA’s Earth Rising ecoart festival and Lucy Jone’s talk on ‘Losing Eden’ with Clodagh Emoe of IMMA’s Seed STUDIO”

Autumn Haumea Ecoversity: Essential Ecoliteracy Course now open for bookings

Read more and join the popular Haumea Ecoversity Ecoliteracy online course for mid-career creative and cultural professionals, starting 4 Oct, 2022, for ALL ART FORMS

Introduction to Ecoliteracy for creative & cultural professionals: hosted by Mayo County Council Arts Services

If you are a creative or cultural professional based in County Mayo, Ireland join us for a lunchtime talk on why ecoliteracy is essential for creative practice and the Irish creative sector, with Cathy Fitzgerald and special guests, Jazz composer/musician Carole Nelson and poet, writer filmmaker Grace Wells.

Fri, 26 August 2022

12:30 – 14:00 IST online


Haumea Ecoversity proposes UNESCO-endorsed Earth Charter values and vision framework for Irish Arts Council Climate Action Policy

I was excited this week to present at the Irish Art Council and Julies’ Bicycle EU Climate Action Policy Roundtable discussions by and for the Irish creative sector. In wide-ranging discussions about ‘Arts Council funding as a driver for climate action, capacity-building and support for the creative sector, for unlocking leadership and innovation’ and general conversations about what might policy for the sector might include – I was proud to share findings from Haumea Ecoversity Earth Charter learners work.