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Writing the Self in the Environment - Ethos Books (Virtual)

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In this workshop, we will examine how one might draw from their personal lives and stories when engaging with the theme of ecology.

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This workshop is part of the Waves of Change Festival held at the ArtScience Museum on the 11th to 31st of December 2021.

RECOMMENDED: AGES 18+

Whether we're aware of it or not, our personal lives are entangled with our environment in multiple ways. This could be in the form of childhood memories tied to natural places that have changed over time, or our daily interactions with nature that we take for granted. In this workshop led by author Esther Vincent, we will examine how one might draw from their personal lives and stories when engaging with the theme of ecology. We will read some personal essays from Making Kin: Ecofeminist Essays from Singapore, and consider how these essays draw on the writers' personal experiences to grapple with urgent environmental concerns.

For the full festival line-up, click HERE.

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Should you be unable to attend, please cancel your ticket as soon as possible so that someone else may enjoy the experience. You can also email us at info@coastalnatives.sg. Thank you!

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Created to increase ocean awareness, Coastal Natives organises events with the mission of inspiring new ocean lovers and conservationists. We aim to show audiences how amazing the ocean is so that they’ll want to protect it too, and offer a fun platform to learn more about the environment and what we can all do to help. Our community of ocean ambassadors engages with children and youth; the general public and corporates; and encourages audiences to act for the ocean. For more information, please visit www.coastalnatives.sg.

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