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Hive after Hours: What Does Nature Mean to You?
Tue 21 March 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 GMT
Growhampton is delighted to announce an evening for students and staff in the Hive Café, on March 21st, Digby Square. The theme of this evening’s event is “What does nature mean to you”?
Main speaker: Jini Reddy; journalist, nature enthusiast and author of ‘Wild Times: Extraordinary experiences connecting with nature in Britain’. Jini will be giving an interview and Q&A with RSU president, Jack de France. More info about Jini: http://www.jinireddy.co.uk/about-me.htm
We aim to cultivate connections between staff and students and are pleased to welcome four other contributions from students and staff who will answer the question ‘what does nature mean to you?’ through a lens of their interest.
'Dance and Sustainability: Proposals for a New Way of Thinking about and Moving across the World', a presentation by Dr. Cristina F. Rosa.
'Who is the Greek god of gardening? A cross between classical research and performance poetry', by Chloe R. Sadler
'Holy Sites in Britain: In search of Britain's sacred trees', by Nick Mayhew-Smith
'The flipside of Nature: Haiti's recent turmoil', by Anna Caroline Shelley
Food, nibbles and drinks available in the Cafe during the evening.