Feast upon the Earth is anchored in a large timescape on 8 panels of 1.2m by 2.4 m, exploring existence and our current relationship with Earth. Interactive components include farm and garden produce, quizzes, an audio/visual corner, a mindful eating exercise and a Wall of Thoughts and Feelings, which encourage audience participation.
Since the eco-festival and responding to popular demand, a book illustrating the timescape panels has been produced. The panels are shown in reduced size of 40cm by 75cm (in three thirds) offering a table top medium to enjoy and share. The book is A3 size (30cm x 41cm) with full colour plates. A fascinating addition to any library and an inspiring gift.
Enjoy media linked below. (Please note some files are large and will take time to load.)
Click here for Soil Quiz (via Survey Monkey)
Click here for radio interview with KCLR's wonderful Ethna Quirke who spoke with us for their Ours to Protect series.
In November, producer Ethna Quirke spoke to Tom Butler about his work retreat from the corporate world, a return to nature and his work with the Carlow County Environmental Network and their upcoming “Feast upon the Earth” event. The programme was released in two broadcasts: Part 1 and Part 2. The complete conversation is here.
Ours to Protect is a radio and audio project spearheaded by Independent Broadcasters of Ireland (IBI) to broadcast over 1200 new and unique programmes devoted to climate change and climate action. It is funded by Coimisiún na Meán with the Television Licence Fee and is a partnership between KCLR and the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland check out ourstoprotect.ie for more details.
Click here for radio interview with KCLR's wonderful Trishauna Archer. Friday 15 September 2023 Enjoy!