Hi William, thanks for your comment! The images were for my final MA project so I organised and developed the project myself. After returning to the UK the pictures were then published in a Dutch magazine and selected for some competitions and exhibitions. I had a great time in Mongolia and thoroughly recommend a visit to everyone!
Hi William, Another Cumbrian as you say.......
Yes I was at the Brantwood gathering, where we explored aspects of Ruskin's teachings and their relevance to today. While discussing this the group I was in also made Sloe gin according to special recipe by John Fox.....won't be ready for consumption for quite some time yet :( It was a really good day and a chance to meet some of the other faces on here.
Hello William, this is one of the few sites that look interesting combining art and ecology, two passions. Australia is way behind on this type of network. No questions but I will check in regularly to see what is happening in the wider world.
You'll see on the website that I've just created a group "Water for the World" - which is fast becoming a key focus for Level Green. I'll be adding more as I get the research results organized from this past year of identifying artists, groups, organizations, educators, programs etc who are focusing their creativity on sustainability concerns. This Level Green project - which we're calling Arts at the Heart of a Sustainable World - grew out of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, and is now co-hosted by Level Green and Earth Charter US. There a conference in S.Africa this coming March on how the arts are addressing the UN Millennium goals - they've agreed to allow 'virtual' participation, but I'm waiting to hear what this can look like. I'll post it when I know. All the best - Patricia
A bit of human error when I filled out my profile originally meant that I gave the wrong website address! My website is: www.papertrails.org.uk and it is live. Sorry for the confusion. Jane
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