NB: All times for our events are UK time
- 1919.September.SundayNo events
- 2020.September.MondayPeace Hub, 41 Bull Street, Birmingham City Centre, B4 6AF
A display of Loving Earth Panels will be shown at the Birmingham Peace Hub, 20 – 24 September
- 2121.September.TuesdayNo events
- 2222.September.WednesdayNo events
Join this Zoom event, organised by Christian Aid Scotland, exploring how creativity can inspire us to change the world.
We’ll be talking with people who advocate for climate justice through creative practice. The panel of guests includes:
- ID Campbell, UNESCO artist
- David Coleman, Chaplain for Eco-Congregations Scotland
- Dr Anna Fisk, climate activist, theologian and knitter
- Rev Kathy Galloway, poet and hymn writer
- Linda Murgatroyd, Quaker Arts Network and Loving Earth Project co-ordinator
- Seonaid Knox, Prophetic Activist for Christian Aid, will guide our creative and curious conversations.
This event is being held as part of Climate Fringe Week.
For more information about this pre-COP26 festival, check out the Climate Fringe website.
- 2424.September.FridayKirk Wynd, Tayport, Fife, Scotland
A selection of Loving Earth panels will be happening as part of this festival at the Tayport Auld Kirk from 24th to 26th September.
Details to follow and at https://climatefringe.org/climate-fringe-week-events/38 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow G2 4PSIn this evening’s panel discussion, invited speakers will talk about some particular challenges depicted by Loving Earth panels of their choice, what is being or can be done locally, and what more needs to be done at national and international levels. There will also be opportunities for audience participation.
Speakers will include:
Alistair McIntosh – Glasgow Quaker and environmental campaigner
Zarina Ahmed – Climate change and environment officer
Gillian McFarland – Visual artist working on land use
Lindsey Fielder Cook – Quaker United Nations Office
Jon Slowe: Director, Delta Energy & Environment consultancy
Rici Marshall Cross (Edinburgh Quakers) will be the MC.
This panel discussion will be held both at Glasgow Meeting House and on Zoom, and is Free.
Book here to join us at Glasgow Meeting House, (numbers limited for COVID restrictions. subject to availability of space and COVID restrictions).
- 2525.September.SaturdayThe Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank Castle St., Dumbarton G82 1QS
Drop – in, facilitated textile workshops at 10.30am – 12.30 and 1.30pm – 3.30pm to coincide with the opening of the Loving Earth Project exhibition at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Dumbarton.
https://www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org/event/dumbarton-climate-fringe-weekend-loving-earth-project-panel-making-workshop/The Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank Castle St., Dumbarton G82 1QS
A display of Loving Earth panels will be on show at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Dumbarton from 25 September until the end of January 2022.
A series of textile workshops will be organised during the course of the exhibition.
Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm . See the museum’s website for further details of exhibition opening times, access and associated events.
NB Please check covid-related information on the museum’s website and book your ticket in advance where possible.
A chance to sew , draw or progress your Loving Earth panel in the online company of others, quietly chatting if you feel like it, to share inspiration and support each othe
Facilitated informally by Jasmine Piercy.
Starts at 10.30 am UK time
Email email@example.com for the Zoom link. Free.Church Lane, Wendover, Bucks. HP22 6N
Sally Prendergast and David Blackmore will be jointly running a free Loving Earth workshop at St Mary’s on Saturday 25th September 1100-1600, in conjunction with the exhibition of Loving Earth panels at the church. This will provide an opportunity to reflect on the issues raised by the exhibition and to respond individually and creatively.
There is no need to book – just turn up, enjoy some reflective conversations and start sketching out some ideas. Tea and coffee will be served.
Further details at https://stmaryswendover.org/ .
Exhibitions and some of the associated events are supported by
Edith M Ellis Trust