Join this event for an afternoon of creativity, connection, and reflective practice for health and welfare professionals.
This event emphasises the importance of connecting with others to sustain long-term work in health, welfare, and activism.
The basket weaving practices that are taught are sustainable and can be continued using found and foraged materials. Techniques that require excessive consumption are not promoted. A generous selection of natural hand-dyed, fair-trade fibers is supplied for use in the group.
Cara Munro is an art therapist, clinical supervisor, activist, and registered nurse. She supports health and welfare professionals working in traumatised systems to explore the complexities of their work and take action to sustain themselves and challenge social and environmental injustices.