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April 2021

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Sing For Earth Day 2021

April 22 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

With Claire Dubois, Jennifer John, Helen Chadwick, Polina Shepherd, Frankie Armstrong, Carrie Tree, Jojo Mehta, Skeena Rathor, Denise Rowe, Kennedy Chinyere, Asha McCarthy, Camilo Menjura, Penny Stone, Fran Andre, Ali Burns, Sophie Sterckx, Liz Terry, Sophia Efthimiou and more! Hawkwood Centre for Future Thinking is partnering with Sing For Earth Day a locally based global initiative. A celebratory event after a fabulous Sing for Earth Day series 2021. The event is to take place and live streamed from the Trinity…

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May 2021

Cloud Appreciation Society

How to Paint the Sky

May 4 @ 6:30 pm - May 18 @ 8:00 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

At A Glance Reconnect with your inner creativity A seamless blend of art and science Looking up will never be the same again Participants Will Gain Reconnect with your inner creativity. A seamless blend of art and science. Looking up will never be the same again. Watercolour Course Together we will paint a series of ‘cloud studies’. In each case you will be taking inspiration from sky photographs by members of the Cloud Appreciation Society. The workshops will in turn…

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Regenerative Confluence

Regenerative Confluence

May 10 @ 2:30 pm - May 13 @ 8:00 pm
online, United Kingdom

In this 4-day conference, you will explore the core principles and practices underpinning regeneration. This intellectual inquiry will be coupled with the learnings and teachings of a more embodied wisdom. We will powerfully bring thought-leaders in professional regeneration and pioneers in personal and inner regeneration. The transformative potential of such regenerative practices has much to offer to our current landscape. Regenerative leadership creates conditions conducive to life starting from our inner world, our organisations, all the way through the very…

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Tai Chi Day Retreat

Qi Gong Membership

May 10 @ 7:00 pm - December 20 @ 8:15 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

At A Glance Build health, immunity and use embodied practices to find focus and purpose in life Moving meditation for mind, body and soul 16 online learning sessions For beginners and intermediate practitioners Participants Will Gain Build inner peace and calm Discover a felt experience of the life force energy in all things Feel healthier and more invigorated Qi Gong Membership Qi Gong is renowned worldwide as a method to promote good health, strengthen immunity and enhance longevity. These relaxing…

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Emma Warren

Music That Matters with Emma Warren

May 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
online, United Kingdom

Emma has been documenting music and culture for decades, in print and on radio. She brings people together to discuss culture making and collective activity.    Emma’s book Make Some Space told the story of an under-the-radar music venue in London called Total Refreshment Centre (TRC) which was housed in an Edwardian chocolate factory and which was in the ‘90s a Caribbean social club. TRC closed in-part in 2018 but remains open as a music studio & recording space.   …

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Conversations That Matter: Futures Literacy & The Future

Futures Literacy

May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

What if, how we seek to solve the problem, is the problem? We live in a period of massive environmental, social and cultural upheaval, under a ubiquitous shadow of dystopian narratives that colonise our futures. Uncertainty, the most natural state of things, has become humanity’s greatest fear, but used correctly it can be a powerful navigation tool, enabling us to democratise and decolonise futures instead. This talk will be delivered via Zoom and is brought through gift economy (donations). Please…

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June 2021

Conversations That Matter: Futures Literacy & The Future

The Futures of Agency

June 3 @ 2:00 pm - June 17 @ 5:00 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

At A Glance Participate in a complete Futures Literacy Laboratory Discover subconscious assumptions that direct your anticipations and restrict your capacity to imagine with novelty Reframe this thinking to identify new clarity and change how you see and act in the present Learn how you can apply FL in all areas of your life, creations, businesses and organisations Discover how FL can develop greater empathy, compassion, resilience and emergence across communities to support positive change through the global socio-ecological paradigm…

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Create Healthy Boundaries Lab

Healthy Boundaries Lab

June 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

This free lab is delivered via Zoom. We welcome donations, and encourage our culture of gift economy. When donating be sure to add the note "TOGETHERNESS".  Donate Here  If you'd rather not use PayPal, please donate on our page. “Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others.” - Brené Brown As a human we are always stuck between 2 fundamental needs: the need to be accepted and the need to…

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Mirry

Music That Matters with the Mirry Project

June 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
online, United Kingdom

30 years ago, Edinburgh-based musician Tom Fraser was helping with the house clearance after his grandfather’s death and found an old, scratched Transco record left out on the street. He took it home where it sat on a shelf for years, until one day during lockdown, he gave it a play; and a whole world opened up to him. His Great Aunt Mirry had recorded a number of piano compositions that she had kept secret from her family. Since then,…

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Alabaster dePlume

Music That Matters with Alabaster dePlume

June 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
online, United Kingdom

London and Manchester-based spoken word artist, writer and saxophonist Angus Fairbairn AKA Alabaster dePlume made his Lost Map debut with the release of the postcard single, 'Be Nice To People' in October 2017. The track is a peculiar, atmospheric, righteous and suitably intriguing introduction to Angus’s wonderfully uncategorisable output spanning the realms of performance poetry and folk and jazz music, described as “cheerfully uneasy” listening and “totally unique... very, very brilliant indeed” by BBC Radio 3’s Max Reinhardt. New single,…

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Trestle Theatre Workshop

Trestle Theatre Workshop

June 29 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
online, United Kingdom + Google Map

At A Glance Explore and get to know Trestle’s Basic mask set and the foundations of mask work Develop your skills in nonverbal communication, action and character physicality Explore ways of working physically online and promoting a safe space for practical work in an online forum Participants Will Gain A better understanding of mask work and physical theatre The opportunity to learn from Trestle and the other participants practice, share successes and troubleshoot challenges Take away new practical ideas for…

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