Welcome to Earth Laws Month! AELA is hosting a huge month of events throughout September – webinars, public lectures, workshops, virtual art exhibitions and more – to explore and celebrate our relationship with the living world.
Earth Arts Events as part of Earth Laws Month 2022
How do we navigate the complexity of our uncertain future? How do we face into uncertainty with our whole being rather than turning away from it? What capacities do we need to develop to enable our responsiveness, to shift from ‘strategy and control’ paradigms to participative action? AELA invites you to join Wicked Elephants for an interactive session to explore these issues. We’ll share some embodied practices that we can take into our lives to enable us to be responsive, flexible and allow emergence.Continue reading
Join innovative scientists and artists from Australia and New Zealand for a lively discussion about interdisciplinary collaborations in art and science. What elements make for a successful collaboration? Are artists and scientists even compatible? And what are the benefits to cross-collaborations?Continue reading
Please join us for a fascinating discussion with Simon Kerr and Robin Davidson, about how the performing arts can stimulate, educate, provoke and support our connection to our planet, and to Earth-centred ideas and issues.Continue reading
Please join us to celebrate the launch of AELA’s second Earthwords and Artlings Anthology: “Tipping Points”Continue reading
Join us for a fascinating insight into how creative practices can support peoples’ connection to the living world.Continue reading
Learn how to create your own nature journal with Julia Landford! Learn about nature journaling and start to see the natural world around you through mindfulness, observation, sketching, drawing and note-taking. This is the perfect way to slow down, explore the environment and get to know the plants and animals around you. Suitable for beginners through to advanced artists, nature journaling provides a structured and enjoyable way to record your observations in nature, with beautiful results to revisit over time.Continue reading