Events

Immerse yourself in the Hawkwood experience on one of our residential courses, or simply join us for a day. We have a huge range of creative and inspiring courses: focus on movement and creativity with yoga or an art workshop, get involved with social change, reconnect with nature, or join us for a poetry, storytelling, classical music, woodwork, blacksmithing or embroidery course.

We offer a unique mix of vibrant and stimulating courses, often not found elsewhere.

Either browse our full list of courses, talks and events or select from a specific area of interest. You can also use the search bar option or take a look at our calendar which highlights all activities at Hawkwood month by month.

29 Aug

Anthotype Photographs

Meet the Artist - Residency Programme

Facilitator: Artist in Residence Nettie Edwards

Nettie Edwards will be an artist in residence at Hawkwood 26-30 August 2019 supported by the F W Reckitts Arts Trust. She works with historic photographic processes and digital technology combining vintage photographs and natural plant forms in the “anthotype”…

01 Sep

Classical Guitar Concert

Craig Ogden

An engaging summer afternoon concert with chart-topping guitarist Craig Ogden. Each item on the programme is introduced with an anecdote or knowledge about the composer, the instrumentation or the performance challenges presented by a particular piece. By donation to the…

19 - 12 Sep

Theory U Online Training

Leading from the emerging future

Facilitator: Otto Scharmer

This online course is an introduction to a method called Theory U, developed at MIT. Theory U is an innovative, systems-based leadership and change management method. It is used worldwide across all sectors to break through unproductive patterns of behaviour…

04 Oct

Talk: Free, Equal and Mutual

Rudolf Steiner's Social Vision

Facilitator: Martin Large & Steve Briault

What kind of society do we want? How do we get there? You are invited to explore how to create a more free, equal, mutual and sustainable society. Drawing on a range of activists, Rudolf Steiner’s social thinking, and ‘glocal’…