RSA Cornwall: Arts and nature in education - RSA

RSA Cornwall: Arts and nature in education

Fellowship events

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White Hart Hotel, St Austell, Cornwall PL25 4AT

  • Education and learning
  • Environment

Come to St Austell to meet the RSA’s RSA Director of Research and Learning, Kim Bohling, and Director of Design and Innovation, Jo Choukeir.

Kim & Jo will share the thinking behind the RSA’s new mission, Design for Life, provide insights into how our interventions for communities, business and education are shaping up and how you can be involved.

The evening will focus especially on our Playful Green Planet initiative for arts and nature in education that we are working on with the Eden Project. You will connect with other Fellows from Cornwall, learn about the networks they are linked with and explore how we might bring our regenerative thinking to help respond to local issues, such as rural transport and housing. The evening will be hosted by Robin Tatam, RSA South West Fellowship Councillor and drinks will be available to purchase in the bar afterwards.

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