In this episode, we answer the question: what are the emancipatory aspects or elements of an old tree that are not related to dominant ideological forms? Let’s find those tools of emancipation of the tree from dominant views, and create visual discourse of nature’s ideology using oil colours. With concrete and powerful extensions, the tree
Symmetry and Abstraction – Hybrid Floral Moments Thinking in a speculative, dialectical and relational manner we can observe that symmetry is a visible aspect easily perceived in nature. In this session we focus on the relation of symmetry and abstraction. To human beings, symmetry appears through abstraction, and symmetric hybrid floral motives become visible in
https://youtu.be/I9xtiXlX9oMEver imagined a university inside a jail? Prisons are meant to be a place for reflection, reform and resurrection, but Indian prisons are everything but that. Amidst this general apathy, a pilot education programme at Udaipur Central Jail is showing us what prisons could be. Can prison be a place for healing, dreaming and learning?
by Rahul Hasija If I would be asked thirty years down the line, a memory from my life that I hold dear the most, I would speak of the week I spent volunteering in Melghat Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra, India doing Tiger census. It involved walking long miles each day in search of evidence
Vimukt shiksha yatra a virtual learning journey from Ecoversities The Shiksha Yatra is envisioned with an intention to inspire ideas, learning and collaborations towards re-imagining education. It will help you pause and reflect to your roots of Education. It is a platform to build new connections, meet visionaries who are doing amazing work in the
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=203&v=PYDivkgX6Zw&feature=emb_logoThis text and video comes from For the Love of Learning. Voices of the Alternative Education Movement. It is an interview made in 2016 about Ecoversities. We invite you to listen to this memory of this beautiful journey together. Description: What are ecoversitities? Ecoversitities are a diverse network that both critiques existing education systems that
by Kū Kahakalau, Ph.D. and Leilani DeMello “E pū paʻakai kākou” is a Hawaiian saying, which literally means letʻs share some salt together. In traditional Hawaiʻi, it was customary to offer guests, whether family, friends, or a random passerby, food, drink and if desired a place to sleep. “Mai, mai e ʻai!” (Come, come and
By Kate Morales It is with a lot of pride that I take my place in the long lineage of brave queers before me who believed, in the face of a society that would prefer them dead, that we are worthy of showing up in our wholeness. They teach me to keep my chin up and
Dear friends in and beyond ecoversities,Artist Emilio Fantin and anthroposophic Doctor Cinzia di Meglio will host a conversation with Doctor Rossana Becarelli, and Josefina Guzman and Pedro Reygadas, from Centro de Investigacions and Studios Transmodernos, to continue our investigation around healing issues and practices, from different prospectives. We have seen the Covid 19 pandemia being used to reinforce the pharma industry and all
Learning with COVID – episode # 3 – The Voices of the Black Diaspora: A Dialogue on Political Resistance and Radical Love.
Series curated by Alessandra Pomarico and Udi Mandel within the Ecoversities Alliance Sunday, June 28th at 11,00 am EST (New York) time. The Voices of the Black Diaspora: A Dialogue on Political Resistance and Radical Love. A conversation with Charlene Sinclair (New York), Latoya Manly-Spain (Hamburg) and Jailson de Souza e Silva (Rio de Janeiro),