What can we learn about love from lichen?

Publication

June 2021

A specially created publication of scores, drawings, writing, interviews and stories weaving together knowledge from What can we learn about love from lichen? With contributions from Isabel Lewis, Dirk Bell, Richy Carey, Lucy Cooke and Nick Hodgetts. Copies available at each of the walks and at the final Occasion on 19 June 2021.

What can we learn about love from lichen?

Foraging Walk

Event 16 — 17 June 2021

A beginner’s guide to foraging. Learn with the land with local forager the Wild Cooke, with prepared tasters on route. Lucy will lead a walk along the Scorrybreac coastal path, ebbing and flowing with the direction of those taking part, and finishing on the shoreline.

What can we learn about love from lichen?

Hosted Occasion

Event 19 June 2021

Book a time to assemble with others and collectively move through a score written and prepared by Isabel Lewis and her collaborators Richy Carey, Lucy Cooke, and Nick Hodgetts. With three slots at 12 noon, 3pm and 6pm, come along ready to participate with your whole body, with guided exercises led by each of the local agents, and prompts to move through the space.

What can we learn about love from lichen?

Walking, Singing, Listening

Event 16 — 18 June 2021

We do not just hear sounds; we hear in sounds. Sound is like a smirring rain, a hazy, swirling continuous song that we are a part of, and apart from. There are lots of different ways of listening to sounds, each of which open up different ways of hearing the world, because listening is listening and responding. Listening, like lichen, is symbiotic.