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Loving Earth Panel exhibitions in Fife
This series of exhibitions is coordinated by the Scottish fisheries museum and Fife Contemporary https://www.fcac.co.uk
For details about specific exhibitions please see their respective websites.
• Scottish Fisheries Museum (based in Anstruther) will have sea-themed panels on display https://www.scotfishmuseum.org
• St Andrews Heritage Museum will have panels on themes relating to the sea and gardens https://standrewsmuseum.com
• Cambo Heritage Trust (near Kingsbarns, St Andrews) will have panels on themes relating to woodland/environmental/sea. https://www.cambogardens.org.uk
• Falkland Estate will have panels, with focus on woodlands and general environmental issues. https://falklandestate.co.uk
Loving Earth Panels Exhibition at Farfield Mill, Sedbergh, Cumbria
LEP panels will be on display at this significant textile and art gallery for the Northwe st, which holds textile exhibitions and runs workshops.
The exhibition is on from 6th April to 30th May
The exhibition is in the community space, Farfield Mill Garsdale Road Sedbergh Cumbria LA10 5LW
Curiosity, Creativity and the Climate, Loving Earth Project Conversation at Kendal Quaker Meeting House, Cumbria
All details: Curiosity, Creativity and the Climate poster
Professor Mike Berners Lee researcher and writer on carbon footprinting and director of Small World Consulting, which assesses the climate change impacts of organisations and their supply chains His books include How Bad are Bananas and There is No Planet B
Sarah Mason CEO Morecambe Bay Partnership, Sarah has worked in nature conservation and engagement for over 23 years and was drawn to the Bay by its unique sense of place.
Jacob Ainscough – researcher on the democratic challenge of climate change and collective decision making. Jake previously managed the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Climate Change and worked on sustainable finance at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge
This event will be held both on Zoom and at the Kendal Quaker Meeting House, and is free.
To attend on Zoom please book
via: Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/zoom-loving-earth-conversation-tickets-322304981877
To attend in person at the Meeting House please book
via: Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/loving-earth-open-conversation-tickets-321666462047
Stitch and Chat at Wimbledon LibraryWimbledon Library35 Wimbledon Hill road , SW19
If you’d like to make a loving earth panel – be it your first or another one – and within reach of Wimbledon Library (hard by Wimbledon station), why not bring your work in progress, ideas, questions etc and join others in an informal chat while we work? All welcome.
this won’t be a formal workshop, but we can all help one another. If you haven’t already done so please take a look at our Loving Earth Meditation and guidance on the Resources page of this website.
This downloadable poster has details: LEP Wimbledon Library poster 2022:2 lores
All welcome .
Some materials will be available but please bring your own if you have them,
Exhibitions and some of the associated events are supported by