Like Leaves We Fall

Event synopsis: How do we create a hospitable environment within a hostile environment? With the uncertainties of Brexit, we are falling into a new era of instability. To soften a hard landing, we work together to move into a phase of renewal, turning leaves into mulch to stimulate new growth. We celebrate migration, and embrace a world on the move as our ecosystems continue to unravel. How can we actively nurture and strengthen old and new networks of solidarity and mutual support?

Tickets are now available from Brownpapertickets: https://likeleaveswefall.bpt.me

Bus passes will be available on request. Please be sure to let us know

  • if you will bring any children who will take part in the creche
  • about any dietary requirements you may have (there’ll be a light vegetarian / vegan lunch)

Contributors

Sapna Agarwal
Ali Fleabite
Alvaro Huertas
Nayab Khalid
Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte
Annie Lord
Jonathon Shafi
World Spirit Theatre
Joyous Choir by Maryhill Integration Network

Programme

10am Arrival, registration, tea & coffee
10:15am Welcome and introduction
10:30am Wee Talks: 7 x 7 minute talks, followed by public discussion and Q&A
12:30pm Lunch & chat
1pm ‘Amateur Botanist’ short film screening and Q&A with artist Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte
1:20pm Performance by Maryhill Integration Network’s Joyous Choir
2pm finish

 

For directions to the venue, have a look at this map.

We are grateful to the Network for Social Change for supporting this event.

 

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Wee Talks by The Centre for Human Ecology is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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