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July 2017

Scanning Our Future Dialogue Group

July 25 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Boardroom, The Engine Shed, Station Approach
BRISTOL, BS1 6QH United Kingdom
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EXPLORING AD 2050: how long term insights can help progressive businesses now. This seminar is a chance to see if your organisation’s strategy could benefit from a deep sense of our long term future. Scanning our Future is a partnership project between the Schumacher Institute and social entrepreneur Alan Heeks: the project is gathering diverse views from think tanks and experts around the world about the global outlook - out to the year 2050. Many of us are aware of current trends…

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August 2017

System Change Journal: Framing its role

August 10 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The Create Centre, Smeaton Road Spike Island
Bristol, BS1 6XN United Kingdom
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Free

System Change: Framing the role of the Schumacher Institute’s new online journal through an innovative metaphor workshop process Introduced and facilitated by Mike Parker, Schumacher Institute Fellow and Liminal Coaching consultant and practitioner.  https://www.liminalcoaching.co.uk/ This workshop will give participants a chance to experience an innovative form of workshop designed to access normally more unconscious kinds of creativity and connectivity. The session will be focused on the institute’s new journal – looking to explore how this venture can be made most…

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October 2017

William Morris Today: the future of art, craft and design

October 18 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

Venue: Hilles Studio, Hilles Estate, Gloucestershire, GL6 6NN Fee: £30 (plus £2.45 booking fee) includes refreshments and light lunch CPD: The event is accredited by the Schumacher Institute and will appeal to practising designers, educators, students, crafts people, technologists, environmentalists and business. Places available: 25. Book here. The Event Aims In his lecture ‘How we live and how we might live’, the nineteenth century designer, poet and pioneer socialist William Morris identified four claims for making a decent life: (1) a…

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