“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

Innovative 6-week online ‘Ecoliteracy course for Creatives and Art Educators’–seen as a success on Earth Day 2020

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BOOKED OUT -New pilot 6-week Online Course: ‘Essential Ecoliteracy for your Creative Practice, Teaching or Work’

NEW 6 week pilot ONLINE COURSE with ecological artist, educator and former scientist, Cathy Fitzgerald PhD: March 13 – April 22, 2020! BOOKINGS NOW OPEN! FULLY BOOKED, PLEASE EMAIL ME … Continue reading BOOKED OUT -New pilot 6-week Online Course: ‘Essential Ecoliteracy for your Creative Practice, Teaching or Work’

Dr. Cathy Fitzgerald – now an Art & Ecology Research Fellow at the Burren College of Art

‘The Burren College of Art is a small, independent art school situated on the Wild Atlantic Way on the northwest coast of County Clare in Ireland. It is located in … Continue reading Dr. Cathy Fitzgerald – now an Art & Ecology Research Fellow at the Burren College of Art

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

#FridayArt4Emergency: Lisa Fingleton’s annual 30-Day Local Food Challenge

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

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!

Welcome news: Green Arts Initiative for Ireland launched

Huge congratulations to Caitriona Fallon and Theatre Forum Ireland, who under the guidance of Creative Carbon Scotland’s team and their Scottish Green Arts Initiative, have set up an Irish Green Arts Initiative to ‘provide Irish arts organisations with the resources and support to help build a green Irish arts community.’ #culturedeclaresemergency #ireland

By Jon Radoff - Own work, CC BY 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1380624

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