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’
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.
‘When a system is far from equilibrium, small islands of coherence have the capacity to shift the entire system’ – Ilya Prigogine I’m delighted to share that The Hollywood Forest Story, … Continue reading Cathy Fitzgerald’s ‘Hollywood Forest Story’ showcased in international Library of Creative Sustainability
For the first 2022 edition of the Visual Artists Ireland Newsheet I was delighted to review a significant artist-led ecosocial creative, the 2020-2021 Breaking Cover programme and public performance by the new Breaking Cover Collective which was hosted and supported by the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA).
Recently Cathy Fitzgerald-of Haumea Online Ecoliteracy courses for Creative Professionals, was interviewed as a case study for Our Thriving Tribe (OTT) on entrepreneurship within the arts in Ireland.
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
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<img class=" wp-image-259 alignleft" src="https://haumea.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/cropped-cropped-smallhaumea_logo1.png" alt="ClipArt Source : Koru Clipart” width=”68″ height=”68″>Update: Fully Booked! but please email me to be placed on waiting list or list for future courses. Haumea … Continue reading New One-day Workshop in County Carlow, Ireland: ‘Everything Must Change’: Essential Ecoliteracy* for your Creative Practice or Teaching
It is not easy to eat local Irish food all year round and I know that. There are hungry months in late Spring when the food is just not ready … Continue reading #FridayArt4Emergency: Lisa Fingleton’s annual 30-Day Local Food Challenge