for the eco-emergency
WELCOME TO THE PODCAST SERIES
Each month, ecological artist Cathy Fitzgerald PhD (Ireland) and philosopher Nikos Patedakis PhD (California) of the Haumea Ecoliteracy course programme, host insightful conversations with leading cultural workers about the social power of creativity for the ecological emergency.
We hope you enjoy listening!
Cathy and Nikos
Peter Reason, writer and visual artist Sarah Gillespie
EPISODE 1: SENSING LIFE’S SENTIENCE THROUGH CREATIVE PRACTICE
Peter and his niece Sarah talk about moths, trees, the sea and rivers, their writing and drawing practices and their new collaborative book On Sentience (2021) that follows their previous book On Presence (2019).
In their work, they ask: ‘What would it be like to live in a world of sentient beings rather than inanimate objects? How could we relate to such a world? And then, what would art and creativity be like?’
Like that? There’s more
If you enjoy these podcasts, you might be interested in the popular Haumea Ecoliteracy and Ecophilosophy online courses with Cathy and Nikos
as featured on RTE Lyric FM, Dublin FM’s Green Room with Megan Best, The Irish Times, Green Foundation Ireland and Awaken Hub.
Haumea ecoliteracy was founded in 2018 by Irish-based New Zealand ecological artist Cathy Fitzgerald, PhD (NCAD). The Haumea programme offers a supportive space for creative and other professionals to learn about ideas, language and practices to assist humanity to envision a better, more beautiful world.
Nikos Patedakis is a philosopher, coach and mentor, see more at Wisdom, Love and Beauty.org
Art work: Haumea as Wisdom, Love and Beauty (2020) kindly donated by Mary Carty
Tui birds at dawn at the edge of the might Mohaka River (sadly, the only wild un-damned river in the country), Hawkes Bay, Aotearoa New Zealand, recorded by Cathy Fitzgerald 2018.
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