Conversation that Matters with Daniel Christian Wahl, Bridget McKenzie, Justin Hopper & Lisa Shaw

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Regenerative Arts
Wed 12Jan
Virtual Event

Conversations that Matter

Facilitators: Daniel Christian Wahl, Justin Hopper, Lisa Shaw & Bridget McKenzie

Event time: Wed 12th Jan 2022 at 7:00pm - Wed 12th Jan 2022 at 8:30pm

Starting 2022 with curiosity, warmth and realness – here is a Conversation that Matters not to be missed.

We need fine artists, poets, play-writers and musicians, we need applied practitioners, cultural creators and deeper listeners to give voice and local expression to this evolutionary impulse of healing the Earth and her people. This is the deeply culturally creative work of the rising ReGeneration.

Come, join the conversation, and explore your own territory even more.


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How do paintings, sculptures, songs and poems help us in the process of re-inhabitation as bio-regionally regenerative custodians’?
For the impulse of the ReGeneration rising to be profound and effective, it must be full of culture and creativity. We need creative and cultural practitioners to give voice and local expression to this evolutionary impulse of healing the Earth and her people, both the older lifeways and the potential for new ways of relating and making meaning.
How do these expressions and practices help us in such a worldly process? Can they guide cultural transformation by inspiring, uniting and informing people who are ready to align with life as a planetary process and start regenerative cultural activities in their local communities and regional ecosystems?

"Arts & culture as catalysts for personal and collective transformation"

Conversation That Matters

Hawkwood is a place to grow, to create, to explore and a place for conversation. We commit to opening up spaces for people to come together and have #ConversationsThatMatter. This explorative and widely inclusive ground is to share, connect and speak from or for a regenerating world.

Our latest episode in the series – both virtual and otherwise – can be found here.

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Daniel Christian Wahl

Daniel Christian Wahl

Daniel Christian Wahl is one of the catalysts of the rising reGeneration and the author of Designing Regenerative Cultures. He works as a consultant, educator and activist with NGOs, businesses, governments and change agents. Daniel grew up in Germany, studied Biology in Scotland and California, Holistic Science at Schumacher College and wrote a PhD in Design for Human and Planetary Health in 2006. Since 2010 he has lived in Majorca, Spain growing roots and deepening his practice of facilitating bioregional regeneration.

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Bridget McKenzie

Bridget McKenzie

Bridget McKenzie is a researcher and creative curator in culture, learning and environment. She has been director of Flow Associates since 2006, after 14 years in roles such as Education Officer for Tate and Head of Learning at the British Library. She is an advisor for Culture Unstained and co-founder of Culture Declares Emergency. She presents and publishes internationally on possibilities of Regenerative Culture. She is founding director of Climate Museum UK, a new experimental museum which stirs and collects the emerging response to the Earth crisis.

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Justin Hopper

Justin Hopper

Justin Hopper is an American writer based in the East of England. His work explores the intersection of landscape, memory and myth through written and recorded projects including The Old Weird Albion (Penned in the Margins press) and Chanctonbury Rings (Ghost Box Records), as well as a series of site-specific projects (Public Record). For ten years he curated exhibitions of contemporary British landscape artists for Wood Street Galleries, which has now transformed into the podcast, Uncanny Landscapes.

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Lisa Shaw Hawkwood

Lisa Shaw

Lisa Shaw is co-director of Biomatrix Water, an ecological water technology and product company that works throughout the world to bring water to life. Lisa is also an artist, she creates paintings and installations inspired by nature and environmental themes and she uses her artistic vision to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and to look at design and beauty through an ecological lens.

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Miriam buck

Hosted by Miriam Buck

Miriam Buck is Hawkwood's Programme Manager and Creative Curator. She works with openness, honesty & heart to present Hawkwood's educational & artistic programme, a place and space that catalyses creative endeavours and personal exploration. Miriam is a natural networker, communicatign deeply with the human and non-human worlds, as a writer, dancer, poet and facilitator. She is a student of Advaita Vedanta, which has and continues to radically transform her life.

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