The Earth Writings editors have promoted exchanges between artists, scholars, community leaders, activists and practitioners living and working in Ireland and beyond through the Space&Place Research Collaborative, the Ómós Áite Space/Place Reading Group, and the Mapping Spectral Traces network, as well as through their research partnerships. Below are a selection of earlier projects leading to Earth Writings.Read More
We live in an earth facing ecological crisis, changing weather systems, species extinctions, and global pandemics. How can we repair our collapsing environments? Learn from artists Monica de Bath, Cathy Fitzgerald, Pauline O’Connell and Seoidin O’Sullivan who ‘stay with the trouble’ and make ‘kin in lines of inventive connections’ (Haraway, 2016).
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Bogs, Forests, Fields and Gardens exhibition 18-29 Nov 2019, Maynooth Library. Launch with Seminar ‘Tirdhreach Feasach: Irish Environments in Transition’, Maynooth Geography Seminar Series.Read More
Cultural values and responses are missing from Irish public discourse about the ecological emergency. Our EW Podcasts shares in-depth conversations between cultural academics, creative practitioners, community leaders, scholars and activists living in Ireland who are exploring values needed to foster an ecological era.Read More
Megan Best, Green Room, Dublin City FM interviews Cathy Fitzgerald, founder of the Haumea Ecoliteracy online courses for the creative sector. Cathy spoke about the importance of ecoliteracy for arts practitioners and creative professionals. She also discussed her work in advocating for continuous cover forestry, ecocide law, and the Earth Charter.Read More