We invite you to send us a poem inspired by one of the Loving Earth Project panels , which you can see at http://lovingearth-project.uk/test-gallery/. Poems should be no longer the 20 lines long, and preferably shorter than 14 lines. Please send your poem(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the word “poetry” in the email title. Please include
This beautiful poster featuring textile panels from the Loving Earth project and some simple Loving Earth queries, is now available on request in sizes A1 and A2. The project is helping people engage with the climate crisis and find actions they can take, inspired by love. A series of queries for personal reflection, textile art
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Some proposed minor amendments to QAN’s constitution will be put to the AGM on 8 May. Please take a look at this document in advance. It sets out the changes and why they are needed.
The Quaker Arts Network’s organised concert was broadcast on Zoom on Sunday 2 January. You can download the full event’s programme here. Part 1 Part 2
Happy New Year to you all. John Lampen organised a splendid online concert for us on Sunday 2nd January, starting at 7pm. A recording of the concert will be available here shortly. Meanwhile, the programme is now available on our events page, http://quakerarts.net/events/
Stevie Krayer writes about the Words for the Earth poetry evening we held online in October: A recording of the event is now available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja8urOCIifk Back in September I was admiring the beautiful panels contributed to the Loving Earth project and wishing I had one stitch of craftwomanship in my creative fabric. My medium
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Over 200 Loving Earth Panels will be on display in and around Glasgow at the time of COP26, and we will be holding a number of workshops in Glasgow . You can download a list of these here. Online events will include a poetry workshop on 25th October and a Loving Earth conversation with participants