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This exhibition will feature a large number of Loving Earth Project panels .
This free exhibition will be Open 10 am till 4pm every day in the Robert Phillips Gallery from 11 to 29 August.
This lovely arts centre, is by the river Thames in Surrey and has a delightful cafe. Car parking is available, and the nearest railway station is Walton-on-Thames.
Accompanying events are also being planned.
There is much to love and celebrate in the world around us and yet we also know how much we love is fragile and impermanent. This creative writing workshop invites participants to focus on what they cherish in the world around them. It is led by Kathleen Bell, a published poet and experienced workshop leader.
Advance booking is essential for this free workshop as places are limited . Details: https://thelittleboxoffice.com/riverhouse/event/view/142097
This one-day course is designed to help us better understand the work against climate crisis being done on a national stage and guide us towards what we can do as individuals in support of and alongside this work.
We will hear about campaign work towards stopping the funding of climate breakdown by the UK Government. There should be an immediate end to the use of public money to support fossil fuel extraction and power in the UK.We will then use spiritual practices including meditation, worship sharing and individual reflection to work towards a creative response to what we have heard.
This course is run by Woodbrooke and costs £20 . All welcome
Learn how to make a ‘Loving Earth Project’ Panel with Lottie Percival. The two hour long workshops will be held in the Robert Phillips Gallery at Riverhouse.
We are delighted to offer them as part of the Loving Earth Project Panel Exhibition – which features more than 100 panels stitched by individuals and communities, locally and around the UK.
For either workshop please do book in advance as places are limited.
Please book via this link to Lottie’s website:
Each workshop costs £10. Tools will be provided along with Lottie’s expert guidance throughout. Some materials will also be provided but you may want to bring your own fabric (woven and non-stretchy fabric best).
Exhibitions and some of the associated events are supported by
Edith M Ellis Trust