Congratulations to our past Haumea Ecoversity ecoliteracy and Earth Charter course participants
Carlow-based Haumea Earth Charter course participants’ (sponsored by the Carlow Arts Office-led Gnathoga Nadurtha Project) Muireann Ranta (Early Education PhD candidate) and Artist-Educator Siobhan Jordan connected during the course and were successful for the Irish Arts Council 20K Award Young People, Children and Education (YPCE) Residencies scheme for a SETU (South Eastern Technological University- Carlow)ecological education project Titled “Earth, My home, our Home,” using the Earth Charter for our exploratory context and develop a greater understanding of our social and environmental impact on learning and creativity within our own “unique community of life”.
2023: Dr Marilyn Lennon, co-director of Cork’s KinShip’s survey exhibition Tentacular Thinking & Staying with the Trouble Symposia
Haumea Ecoliteracy 2021 course participant Dr Marilyn Lennon, has developed and partnered a significant inaugural Creative Ireland project KinShip.
In 2023, KinShip’s survey exhibition Tentacular Thinking will take place on Wednesday, September 13 at 1.30pm in the James Barry Exhibition Centre, MTU Bishopstown Campus and also the one-day symposium, Staying with the Trouble on Wednesday October 4 at the Rory Gallagher Theatre, MTU Bishopstown Campus.
Congratulations to Haumea Ecoversity learners – Lisa Fingleton – Brilliant Ballybunion (Kerry), Grace Wells with Hometree.ie (Clare), ) and Ailbhe Gerrard of Brookefiled Farm (Tipperary) for their 2024 Creative Ireland projects.
Visual Artist’s Ireland VAN article by Lisa Fingleton ‘Drawn with Nature’
Shannon talks about her recent curatorial projects ‘ Molecular Revolutions, THE LAB Gallery, Dublin
Visual Artist’s Ireland VAN article by Dr Cathy Fitzgerald about past Haumea course participants Paola Catizone, Thomas Duffy, Mary Hoy and others new performance art & ecology collective and event
Marilyn Lennon returned to Donna Haraway’s Staying with the Trouble with a new set of ideas – thanks to the Haumea Ecoliteracy 7-week short course. With her blackboards she’s stretching and reaching with her body and her mind together. She might have hit on the perfect combination!?
See our past learners’ work from Haumea Ecoversity Blog posts below:
- IMMA Earth Rising 2023: ‘A Quickening Holism: Creativity as an Act of Love’
- Shannon Carroll curates Returning to the Earth / Ag Filleadh ar an Talamh for the 2023 Kilkenny Arts Festival
- Using the UNESCO-endorsed Earth Charter with Irish transition-year (TY) students to spark awareness of holistic principles for sustainability
- Stories of People & Trees – ecoliteracy for musicians in Scotland
- ‘Ecoliteracy for Creatives’ at Hometree’s 2023 Ardnaculla Summer School, with Grace Wells and Cathy Fitzgerald
- Voice, Vision and Values for a better world: essential ecoliteracy for Irish poets and writers for 10th Brewery Lane Writers Festival
- Speaking of Which II – The Ecological Edition: Ireland-based eco artist interviews for youth and their teachers
- Visualising our beautiful Earth emotions invites us to care and act for a better world – reflecting on Navine G. Dossos’ murals at IMMA
- ‘Kind Words Can Never Die’: Navine G. Dossos at IMMA, mentored by Cathy Fitzgerald, Haumea Ecoversity
- VAI Newsheet: Breaking Cover – CATHY FITZGERALD REVIEWS ECOART PERFORMANCE AT IMMA