What can an Aspen grove teach us about communication? What can we learn from a flock of geese about collaboration? Or from a mushroom, about transformation?
Oregon is experiencing a shift in the landscape of creative spaces in our communities. Population changes, (dis)investment, public policy or the lack of it, and climate change have all had a hand in opening, closing, and changing places that are important to us culturally and creatively. The natural world — of which we are a part — is constantly changing and evolving and has much to teach us about living in these times.
Join facilitator Maesie Speer for a conversation that asks, “Can we find inspiration from our natural surroundings to imagine new ways to build creative spaces?” This conversation will include some hands-on activities.
The Lincoln City Cultural Plaza Project hosts this free, public Oregon Humanities Conversation Project event.