NB: All times for our events are UK time
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected people in different ways. As well as suffering, sorrow, fear, loneliness, hard work for many, it’s also been a time to reflect on how we relate to our environment and how we could do things differently in future in our local area.
Sustainable Merton is working in partnership with Loving Earth Project to explore these questions.
This Zoom event will get you started on making a textile panel in any style. You’ll be invited to do a little preparation from home in advance of the event if you wish and will be welcome to join our online chats for panel-makers as your panel progresses, if you like.
Led by Sue Tyldesley and Lottie Percival
Free . Advance booking essential
Details and bookings at https://www.sustainablemerton.org/partnership
More information about the lockdown legacy and for materials to help you explore these issues on your own, or with others in your area is on our Lockdown Legacy page.
Sustainable Merton will be hosting chats for local participants. Contact them directly for details.
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 email@example.com to book your place and receive the Zoom link. The meeting will start promptly at 7.30 arrivals from 7.20pm GMT.
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 Linda Murgatroyd and Jasmine Piercy
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place and receive the Zoom link. The meeting will start promptly at 10.00 am GMT . Arivals from 9.50 am.
A Zoom workshop designed for children and young people over half term
10.00 – 11.30 pm Home Printmaking on your panel (suitable for – children aged 7 and over )
13.00 – 15.00 pm basic embroidery stitches for your panel (suitable for people aged 11 and over)
We expect those coming in the afternoon to attend the morning session, but not everyone coming in the morning will neccessarily stay for the afternoon.
Free workshop, led by Lottie Percival and Linda Murgatroyd
More information about the Sustainable Merton Lockdown Legacy project is here.
Please book well in advance for this workshop via email@example.com. Places are limited and you will need to prepare materials in advance. We will advise on materials when you book.
A parent or responsible adult needs to take responsibility for their children’s health and safety during this event and will need to be ready to help younger children in the morning.
All are welcome, but booking priority until 8th February will be given to Merton-based people under 18.
- 1616.February.TuesdayNous nous retrouvons ce mardi 16 février à 20h30 (heure française pour un nouveau temps d’échange informel sur zoom.Ce groupe a pour objectif de donner à ceux qui le souhaitent d’échanger autour de leurs préoccupations liées à la protection de l’environnement : quelles sont nos questions, nos engagements, nos difficultés, nos idées, etc… L’échange peut se faire à partir de la méditation vécue ensemble lors de notre première rencontre ou que vous trouverez désormais sur le site https://projetparamourdelaterre.wordpress.com/participation/Ce n’est pas un groupe pour faire avancer la diffusion du projet Par amour de la terre ou pour réfléchir à la création textile. Si certains souhaitent créer un autre groupe en ce sens et réfléchir à plusieurs à comment lancer des ateliers, faire connaître le projet… c’est tout à fait possible : parlons-en !
Pour recevoir le lien Zoom ou pour contacter le group francophone, contacter firstname.lastname@example.org en direct.19.30 GMT; 20.30 CET
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