Coming together in collaborative learning places is the heart of this work. The design of these places changes as I follow both my own inner direction and the emergent directions I observe in our learning interactions.
A six-month practice group exploring and applying cultural repair approaches and application.
Using the group’s collective smarts and support, we’ll each develop a cultural repair project to work on over the six months. This could be anything! It might be a very personal inner development project, or maybe you want to learn a practical skill, or perhaps you have a community project you’d love support with. We’ll start with exploring project ideas and articulating together how they’re culturally restorative, then get into supported implementation, finishing with sharing our learning in the project (project itself doesn’t have to be complete).
The 2023 group is now underway so if you’d like to hear when the 2024 group expressions of interest open, join the waitlist – you’ll get just one email announcing the new group, nothing else.
Making things with our hands can be a powerful form of cultural repair.
Whether you’re a seasoned maker or just starting out, if you’re excited by the idea of exploring making as a form of cultural repair, sign up to the waitlist and I’ll let you know when all the details are ready.