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Ecoliteracy – principles to guide collaborative creativity for ecojustice: Haumea Ecoversity’s Dr Cathy Fitzgerald at CREATE’s ‘Climate Justice & Networking Day’

As a member of CREATE – Ireland’s national development agency for collaborative arts in social and community contexts, I’m very excited to contribute to CREATE ‘s upcoming ‘Collaborating on Climate … Continue reading Ecoliteracy – principles to guide collaborative creativity for ecojustice: Haumea Ecoversity’s Dr Cathy Fitzgerald at CREATE’s ‘Climate Justice & Networking Day’

IMMA Earth Rising 2023: ‘A Quickening Holism: Creativity as an Act of Love’

IMMA Earth Rising 2023, 21 Sept: ‘A Quickening Holism: Creativity as an Act of Love’. with Dr. Cathy Fitzgerald, Grace Wells, Prof. Michael Cronin and Phoebe Cope

Save the date- 11.30 – 2 pm: Thurs 21 Sept 2023, Screening Room/Lecture Room,
IMMA Irish Museum of Modern Art, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Mentoring with Cathy Fitzgerald of Haumea Ecoversity

Ecological artist – educator – researcher and Founder-Director of Haumea Ecoversity, Dr Cathy Fitzgerald announces 1-to-1 Mentoring opportunities for mid-career creative and cultural professionals for all art fields, online or in-person, including art researchers and cultural policy-writers.

Shannon Carroll curates Returning to the Earth / Ag Filleadh ar an Talamh for the 2023 Kilkenny Arts Festival

Congratulations to past Haumea Ecoversity Ecoliteracy course participant curator Shannon Carroll for planning an important afternoon seminar Returning to the Earth / Ag Filleadh ar an Talamh at the 2023 Kilkenny Festival on why the Irish language is vital to help us live well with our ecologies.

Shannon is working for the ‘Kilkenny Arts Office and The Emerging Curator Development Programme as a part of the Kilkenny Arts Festival.

Using the UNESCO-endorsed Earth Charter with Irish transition-year (TY) students to spark awareness of holistic principles for sustainability

Recently, I offered external ecoliteracy expertise to review a new Irish Transition-year (TY) school-age group / place-based STEAM draft micro-module for 21st-century leadership, that features the Peoples’ and UNESCO-endorsed Earth Charter (2000) to teach teenagers about how principles guide our thinking and actions for sustainability.