Event: Online Zoom Forum: Re-Purposing.

Date: Wednesday 14 April 2021.
Time: Forum: 6.30pm-8.30pm.
Event Description: Spirit@Work – Three Interconnected Explorations:

Re-Purposing ~ Place-Making ~ Well-Being

Re-Purposing – Spirit@Work?

The invitation is to explore the territory beyond ordinary purpose, into the act of purposing, and then more deeply into intentional re-purposing – as possible manifestation of Spirit@Work. The forum will be open to a range of perspectives and contexts based on the lived experience of participants, feeling into the territory between the personal and the universal. It is projected that this might include ranging between re-purposing our built environment, and re-purposing our inner environment - our own selves. Potential themes include renovation, renewal and rehabilitation. There will be particular curiosity around connections to places and placemaking, and wellbeing and wholeness – for further exploration in the forums to come.

Format: Each forum will consist of an inquiry into different forms of Spirit@Work. The two hours will be programmed in three roughly equal segments – divergence, emergence and convergence.

The first will focus on surfacing a diversity of possible perspectives, based on several brief invited provocations (mini-keynote presentations), supplemented by volunteered participant offerings.

These in turn will form the basis for small-group break-out discussions focused on emergence of new perspectives or emphases, to be reported in the final plenary.

Aided by a few designated ‘key listener’ offerings, the closing segment will aim for some convergence (common-meaning-making) around themes and questions worth pursuing further, perhaps in a longer future ‘day conference’ format.

Re-Purposing Our Built Environment and Our Inner Environment

NB: There will be no refund if you cancel your booking.

Cost: £10/£8 (Concessions)/£3 (Students). For a Registration Form:
Contact: Neill Walker, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 0131 331 4469.

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