TAKING ON THE OVERWHELM – ECOLITERACY IN THE ARTS

I’m delighted to share this post from Chinese-based Irish artist Niamh Cunningham. She was a recent participant of the Haumea Online 6-week Essential Ecoliteracy Course. If you have wondered about … Continue reading TAKING ON THE OVERWHELM – ECOLITERACY IN THE ARTS

New Haumea Online Courses: Creativity as an Act of Love: Cultivating the Mind of Beauty

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 … Continue reading New Haumea Online Courses: Creativity as an Act of Love: Cultivating the Mind of Beauty

“I love the story of ‘the little wood that could’. Hope lots of people get to know it.”

Above: a comment shared on twitter by Irish architect Helena Fitzgerald 3/5/2020. Image from within Hollywood forest, looking out to the wider world – from The Hollywood Forest blog by … Continue reading “I love the story of ‘the little wood that could’. Hope lots of people get to know it.”

‘The Battle of Moytura Or The Battle for the Soul of Ireland’:- why ecoliteracy for the arts is essential now

A new work from Irish writer Fearghal Duffy who has a deep interest in Irish myth and who was ‘a student’ in Cathy Fitzgerald’s first ONLINE 6-week ‘Haumea Ecoliteracy for Creatives and Art Educators’ course. online course

The Hollywood Forest Story in Ireland, Aotearoa New Zealand and in the Irish Times

My creative practice experience, developed over many years with The Hollywood Forest Story was featured recently in The Irish Times. My first hand experience in developing an effective eco-social (ecological) … Continue reading The Hollywood Forest Story in Ireland, Aotearoa New Zealand and in the Irish Times