“Free Form Weaving” is a one day workshop lead by weaver and textile artist Eta Ingham-Lawrie.
Learn from Debbie Zawinski how to make a spindle from found materials in the forest, spin yarn from wool collected on our walk, and learn how to use foraged materials for natural dyeing.
An immersive day of axe craft and whittling with Catherine from Object Company.
Natural Science is possible not only within the realm of material experience.
This experiential, two-day course will give you an introduction to making hand-built pottery using locally dug clay and to the transformational power of fire.
What do we base our ethics on when we make decisions that affect the environment or species in it? What does it mean to act in harmony with the natural world? What does ‘appropriate’ action look like? How do we hear the needs of a river or tree?
Summer Goethean Science Day with workshops by Denis Wright and Margaret Shillan and a Eruythmy session led by Saraphir Qaa-Rishi.
How close up to the world can we come with our words?
How close up to us can the world come with its words?