In our latest paper we propose an approach to creating a new relationship with nature at a societal scale based on improving nature connectedness using a framework called the ‘pathways to nature connectedness’.
Art can teach us a lot about grieving. In addition to being a model for how we might understand each other’s feelings and exhibit empathy, art portrays many stages and concepts of the grieving process. Art also depicts a plurality of ways civilizations and individuals respond to tragedy and loss.
Ideas about imaginative mapping as artform.
How performance uses empty spaces to create new places.
Word inhabiting the middle ground between lyrics and poetry.
A very interesting insight into Thoreau as a political commentator and activist in the current state of the union.
During a Crisis, Is Art Just a Luxury? What the New Deal Has to Teach Us About the Importance of Supporting the Arts. Scholar Jody Patterson looks at how FDR’s New Deal policies, including the Federal Art Project, made art accessible in the United States.
Bristol, a city in southwestern England, has had its own share of social distancing and shutdowns. Nevertheless, the artist Richard Long, who has lived there his entire life, has continued taking the long walks that are part of how he makes his art.
Creating an image showing thinking, doing and making art.
Great BBC Radio 4 repeat of an ‘In our Time’ programme about Frederick Douglass an astonishing man, born a slave in the USA in 1817. Self educated, self made, companion to Abraham Lincoln, what is covered in this programme shows us the historical background to BLM, and thus shows us that when Michelle Obama stated, ‘When they go low, you go high’, this appeal has a long history. Respect due. Entrepreneur, orator, statesman, part of British and US history, how can this man not be a role model to all?