Going Local Going Green – Workshop
Tim, Cai, Holly and Jo went deep to explore what it really means to go local and go green.
Resulting in falling apart, ending up in therapy, moving out of the city and quitting our jobs and relationships. If we really want change to happen, why are we still working to the same models? Why aren’t we looking to ourselves for guidance and for transformation? Action learning is a framework for exploring this process based on living open ended questions, and trusting in ourselves, our relationships and our environment. Action learning is a way to offer support, solidarity and risk being vulnerable to help each other ask the hard questions to make change happen. Action learning allows the future to emerge rather than being prescribed by the status quo.Come and explore how this works in practice and how the power of a good question could apply to you.
Hidden Civil War was a month long programme of events and exhibitions across Newcastle upon Tyne that exposed, collated and presented evidence of a Hidden Civil War in Britain today. Hidden Civil War, a collaborative project, commissioned by The NewBridge Project and developed in partnership with East St Arts, Hands on Film Lab, Metal, Paper Rhino, Mark Donne, Taryn Edmonds, Chris Erskine, Julia Heslop, Beth Ramsay, Julie Tomlin, Vicky Ward and Aisha Zia. Hidden Civil War was delivered with the support of partner venues; Cobalt Studios, Tyne Theatre, Summerhill Bowling Club and The Cumberland Arms. Accompanying publication, The Precariat is produced by Paper Rhino.