Www.movingsounds.org/ce On these courses you will learn a set of tools for social and environmental change. You'll gain leadership skills in creating positive change while remaining balanced, energised and effective in what you do. Based on social permaculture and the study of indigenous cultures from around the world the courses include a clear teaching framework, experiential nature connection, collaboration and visioning. We hope you can join us! ...
Friends in the Bristol area --- fancy this ?? I am fasciliating this explorative weekend with 3 great friends . If getting your hands in the soil , Permaculture , theatre of the Oppressed send a tingle threw your bones -- then come on and join us, get connected and INSPIRED xxx its gonna be special and we only have 12 places so ' Get In ' !!!! #culturalemergence #permaculture #revolution ...
September 21, 2017, 5:00pm - September 24, 2017, 4:00pm
What is the Permablast?
How do we combine permaculture principles and liberatory arts praxis? What would a union of Regenerative Farming, Deep Nature connection, Social Permaculture and Theatre of the Opressed be like?
This is the Permablast!
From 22 to 25 of September 2017, we will gather at Oxton Organics and collaborate together to examine, explore and dialogue the site learning about the principles of Permaculture and Theatre of the Oppressed.
Drawing inspiration from centuries of community powered, human scale agricultural practice we will be helping a small organic family farm implementing a farm scale permaculture design. This is going to mean mulching…. megamulching.
Days will be structured around mornings of farm work with plenty of space for rest/play/learning/massages followed by lunch then workshops using Theatre of the Oppressed to explore emergent themes and gain deeper empathy with our environment and one another, using Augusto Boal's arsenal techniques to engage with earth matters, climate change, social permaculture and more.
Would suit interactive learners, co-creators, itinerant farmers, guerilla gardeners, street clowns, curious jokers, studious comedians, poet-planters and stubborn buggers interested in creative and considered approaches for creating the kind of world we would like to see here and today.
Camping space & food provided. Participants will have to bring tents & bedding. Campervans & live-ins welcome.
On the dana economy model, we encourage to gift what you are able and willing to for this experience.
Low income - 30 to 60, medium income 50-120, high end 120-200
Noone turned away for lack of funds. Sponsored places available.
For more information and to reserve a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org