Beautiful article about a London artist and his contribution to a community. We like it.
Read the article in The Guardian.
The most powerful projects are mostly very simple. We love this and the whole philosophy behind it.
Read more here.
Cool project again from HKYAF and it is free. What is there not to like. More info here.
As always a very insightful article by Mike White with regards to new paths in Arts&Health.
You can find the full article here.
Yesterday we had our last Garden of Goodness workshop at the Learning Support Centre, ESF King George V. It was such great morning and we are very happy to know our garden found such a nice home.
This is just an amazing project. 21 swings installed in the heart Montreal. Altogether they become a musical instrument. Working together in a new light. Fantastique!
We are delighted to announce that the Garden of Goodness is going to have a new home after the festival at ESF King George V - Learning Support Centre. We could not have wished for a better place.
The first day of our Garden of Goodness was a great success. All the pictures of Sunday's workshop are now uploaded to the website. Please have a look on the Garden of Goodness page.
We have two more days of flower making. If you fancy trying it out you can find us this Saturday and Sunday (14 &15 December) at Pier 10 in Central.
More info here.
We met Dominic from the Bealtaine Festival last week at the conference. He did a talk about his Bealtaine Festival.
They bring creativity and ageing together with such a success it should be compulsory in every country. To learn more about their endeavours, please visit the website.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb