Events

***We have an online exhibition with Riverhouse Barn over on their website ***

(Available until the 7th February 2021)

Click here to view the exhibition

«
»
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
December
December
December
December
December
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
  • Loving Earth Conversations
    19:00 -21:00
    2021.01.08

    Loving Earth Conversations

    Online 7.15 for 7.30pm

    What can we do? Join our discussion exploring different approaches to action addressing topics raised in Loving Earth Panels.

    Hosted by Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre Director, Emily Boulting

    Panel members: Lindsey Fielder Cook (Quaker United Nations Organisation) Laurie Michaelis (Oxford Quaker environmentalist) Jo Hand (GIKI) Sandra Buck (Extinction Rebellion, Elmbridge) Linda Murgatroyd (Quaker Arts Network)

    Click here to book.

9
10
11
  • Loving Earth Project chat
    11:42 -20:30
    2021.01.11-2021.03.04

    Are you making a textile panel for the Loving Earth Project ?
    This is an informal opportunity to share your work-in-progress, problems, inspirations and reflections with others, including asking for help with design or textile techniques if necessary.

    It’s also a chance to share something of how you may have been moved by the project to take action on living more sustainably,  share questions or join a more general chat.

    Email lovingearthproject@gmail.com to book your place and we’ll send you the Zoom link nearer the time.

    7. 30 to 8.30 pm GMT

  • Loving Earth chat
    19:30 -20:30
    2021.01.11-2021.03.04

    This informal event is for anyone who is making a textile panels to contribute to the international community textile project. If you’d like to make a panel, have got started or need more help with design or techniques, come and share your questions and ideas and meet other panel-makers. It would also be lovely to hear reflections from those who have finished your panels, and discuss possible or actual actions to help us live more sustainably in future.

    You çan get started on your panel on your own, using resources on the Loving Earth Project website or with others at a “getting started” workshop  or a Loving Earth Project course – displayed elsewhere on this calendar.

    Please email lovingearthproject@gmail.com to book your place and receive the Zoom link.  The meeting will start promptly at 7.30 arrivals from 7.20pm GMT.

12
  • Panel-makers’ chat – Lockdown Legacy
    19:30 -20:30
    2021.01.12

    This informal chat, hosted by Sustainable Merton, is primarily for those making panels  as part of the Lockdown Legacy project jointly run by Sustainable Merton and Loving Earth Project. It offers a chance to explore  links between our COVID lockdown experience and our relationship with the environement – local and beyond. What are we learning from the pandemic, and what weould we like to see emerge? You’re wlecome to bring your work in progress if you like, and we can also share textile problems, suggestions and materials.

    Event starts at 7.30pm till 20.30
    Details and bookings at : https://www.sustainablemerton.org/loving-earth
    Sustainable Merton will be hosting other workshops – to find out more contact them at  info@sustainablemerton.org

     

13
14
  • Getting started with your panel
    19:30 -21:00
    2021.01.14

    This Zoom event will get you started on making a textile panel in any style, to contribute to the international community textile project. All welcome.

    You’ll be invited to do a little preparation from home in advance of the event though this is not essential and will be welcome to join our online chats for panel makers as your panel progresses, if you like.

    Led by Sue Tyldesley and Caroline Stow

    Please email lovingearthproject@gmail.com to book your place and receive the Zoom link.  The meeting will start promptly at 7.30 arrivals from 7.20pm GMT.

     

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
  • Loving Earth: Panel makers chat
    19:30 -21:00
    2021.01.21

    This informal event is for anyone who is making a textile panels to contribute to the international community textile project. If you’d like to make a panel, have got started or need more help with design or techniques, come and share your questions and ideas and meet other panel-makers. It would also be lovely to hear reflections from those who have finished your panels, and discuss possible or actual actions to help us live more sustainably in future.

    You çan get started on your panel on your own, using resources on the Loving Earth Project website or with others at a “getting started” workshop  or a Loving Earth Project course – displayed elsewhere on this calendar.

    Please email lovingearthproject@gmail.com to book your place and receive the Zoom link.  The meeting will start promptly at 7.30 GMT. Arrivals from 7.20pm.

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
February
February
February
February
February
February