Ecoliteracy for architects? It is essential

This place- and culture-sensitive process of redesigning the human presence and impact on Earth bioregion by bioregion will be much more than simply ‘ecosystems restoration’. It will be a pathway … Continue reading Ecoliteracy for architects? It is essential

My first Essential Ecoliteracy for Creative Workers and Educators Workshop in Co. Carlow, with Lyric FM

“Do artists have the right kinds of tools to imagine new ways of living for the earth and its inhabitants?” Luke Clancy, RTE Lyric FM Culture File, 11 Nov, 2019 … Continue reading My first Essential Ecoliteracy for Creative Workers and Educators Workshop in Co. Carlow, with Lyric FM

New One-day Workshop in County Carlow, Ireland: ‘Everything Must Change’: Essential Ecoliteracy* for your Creative Practice or Teaching

<img class=" wp-image-259 alignleft" src="https://haumea.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/cropped-cropped-smallhaumea_logo1.png&quot; 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

Survey for new online ecoliteracy course for creative people – please add your ideas!

A short survey to determine the key ideas for an online ‘ecoliteracy for the arts’ course I’m exploring ways to help others in the arts gain ecoliteracy as I’ve had … Continue reading Survey for new online ecoliteracy course for creative people – please add your ideas!

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Cathy Fitzgerald is developing ecoliteracy courses for the arts in Ireland

I am delighted to share news of support from the Carlow Local Enterprise Office and the Carlow Arts Office in my work to develop ecoliteracy courses for creative workers I … Continue reading Cathy Fitzgerald is developing ecoliteracy courses for the arts in Ireland