This page provides a number of resources that may be helpful as you work through the Loving Earth Project questions, perhaps make a panel, and reflect on what love is calling you to do.
You’re welcome to download and use these resources for your own Loving Earth Project non-profit events. We ask that you acknowledge the Loving Earth Project if you do so. For copyright enquiries, please email us. This page provides resources in languages other than English.
For a video introduction to the Loving Earth Project, see here.
For a shorter introductory video suitable for social media, see here.
For a short guided meditation put together by Woodbrooke, using the core Loving Earth questions, see here. A shorter version for young people as well as all-age groups can be found here. A written version of the Loving Earth meditation, together with suggestions of different ways of deepening and sharing our responses to the questions, is here. You’re welcome to adapt these to your circumstances.
A video link to the Young People’s Loving Earth Meditation can be found here.
Our friends at Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre have made a series of creative tutorials demonstrated by workshop leader and artist, Lottie Percival, to inspire makers working on their Loving Earth Project panels. These educational workshops guide panel makers through many exciting and sustainable textile techniques they can use to create their designs. The introduction is here and other tutorials can be found here.
A video by Lottie Percival to get you started with some simple textile printing for panel-making can be found here.
Recordings of some past Loving Earth Project conversations are available here.
For a video about our exhibitions in Glasgow for COP26, see here.
Panel-making and workshop resources:
For a resource on exploring the Loving Earth questions on paper, see here.
Instructions for making a textile panel can be found here.
Guidance for using the youth meditation is here.
For a format for simple Loving Earth Project workshops, see here.
An outline for running your own mini-workshop is here.
Past newsletters are available here.
More information about publications can be found here.
And the Loving Earth Project shop is located here.