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Building a better relationship with nature with LEGO Serious Play

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Centre - Space Tiverton

Newport Street

Tiverton

EX16 6NH

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Using LEGO Serious Play techniques, we will BUILD a better understanding of how humans and wildlife influence each other

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Although we often think of people as being separate from nature, humans have both influenced, and been influenced by, a long history of close relationships with our environment and the organisms with which we share it. This session will use the LEGO Serious Play technique to explore some remarkable human-nature interactions around the world and help participants build -- literally! -- a new understanding of how humans can coexist with our wild neighbours in a more sustainable way. The event will be of particular interest to those who would like to explore different ways of seeing, appreciating, and engaging with nature; it is also great for creative types who enjoy communicating visually -- or who just like to play with LEGO!

Participants will be able to sign up for one of three sessions on the day. Content and activities will be appropriate for approximately ages 8+. Light refreshments will be available at each session, and all participants will be provided with LEGO that they can take home with them at the end of the session.

Note: In the event of Covid-related restrictions, participants will be mailed LEGO so that they can participate virtually.

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Centre - Space Tiverton

Newport Street

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Organiser Dr Caitlin R Kight

Organiser of Building a better relationship with nature with LEGO Serious Play

Dr Caitlin Kight is a conservation biologist, educator, and science communicator. Dr Kight is a Fellow at the Dakshin Foundation (an environmental organisation), an editor and writer for Current Conservation magazine, and the author of Flamingo (a book in the award-winning Animal Series by Reaktion Books). She is based at the University of Exeter, where she researches identity and social justice.

You can read more about her on her LinkedIn profile here.

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