#RestForClimate

the dream(ing) field lab rest retreat - call out for participants

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invitation to apply for the dream(ing) field lab residential rest for climate retreat + digital workshops as we co-create a sanctuary for rest, celebration,  communal care + nature connection in response to climate breakdown.

 

our free, off-grid residential camping retreat for Black women + femmes will take place in a wild rural landscape 11th - 13th june with introductory digital gatherings taking place on thurs 3rd + mon 7th june 19.00 - 20.30.

 

do you yearn for a space to be soft, seen + supported by other Black women + femmes?

 

are you inspired by nature but do you feel disconnected from  the British rural landscape?

 

are you concerned about climate justice and do you hope to make a change in your community?

 

what is your bliss - how do you rest + nurture yourself during this time of crisis + overwhelm?

 

we are a diverse team of creatives, environmentalists + healing artists - we’d love to hear from you if you’re interested in joining us.

 

childcare bursaries are available + we will cover reasonable travel costs - the retreat will be C-19 compliant.

 

places are limited to 10 + we anticipate a high number of applications - please submit via this form as soon as you are able.

 

we will review applications as they come in until friday 28th may at midday - you will be informed as to whether you have a place by monday 31st may.

 

if you have any further questions, please contact zoë palmer - dreamingfieldlab@gmail.com

 

thanks for reading.

 

in rage + rest, 

 

jennifer, zoë + the dream(ing) field lab team 

 

@DreamFieldLab

#thedreamingfieldlab

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the dream(ing) field lab is a Common Ground commission by Season for Change, a nationwide programme of artistic and cultural events that celebrate the environment and inspire urgent climate action. Led by Julie’s Bicycle and Artsadmin, and supported by Arts Council England and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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