Work smarter not harder
I am planning an online experiential learning workshop using Zoom. This is a good balanced article about how it effects your head. What struck me in the prep for the Zoom session was how you are in two places at once, online and offline, which takes some getting used to.
An article about the importance of walking a city to get to know it fully. A long read.
This workshop invites personal engagement and group interaction to research ways of using performance in the boundaries between online and offline spaces as a form of experiential learning in the Zoom environment to support professional practice.
For the past six months or so we’ve been working with the National Trust exploring how being connected with nature relates to pro-nature behaviours …Nature connectedness and noticing nature: Key components of a good life.
A follow up to Rhianna's call to pull up. "Let's raise a glass And have a toast to all our differences. You carry me on your shoulders. When I don't know what my limit is. I wonder where my limit lies, my limit lies." Rudimental
“Because we arrived without sponsorship or political agenda, people always received us with open arms,” JR says. “They are happy to see another approach, in which they are actors.” JR (French, born 1983). 28 Millimètres, Women Are Heroes, Action dans la Favela Morro da Providência, Favela de Jour, Rio de Janeiro, 2008. Installation image. Wheat-pasted posters on buildings. © JR-ART.NET
Anybody who says art is apolitical please go sit down...
I have added a manifesto for Moving Space here. Feedback would be welcomed.
This is my first suggestion for using the outdoors as art for outdoor practitoners. To recreate a video like this looks it would be such good fun to make and with the right kit this would be easy to do as outdoor learning.