This will lead to a better appreciation and connection with the natural world, as well as the acquisition of literacy and creative writing skills.
This 10-week course will explore your personal connections to the natural world through guided creative exercises. We will share a diverse range of texts, images and information on themes from trees and water to air and animals. Using these as inspiration, you will be supported to build your own creative journal, making unique links to the non-human world. Throughout you will learn ways in which climate change is affecting different phenomena and discuss how we can act for nature.
Through facilitated workshop-style sessions at Blossomfield campus with some light creative homework.
Please contact our student services desk by dialling 0121 678 7000, option 2, and option 2 again for Enrolment. If you are unable to reach student services, please send an e-mail to Community@solihull.ac.uk.
You must be aged 19+.
All resources are supplied, including the journal itself.
This course should give participants the confidence to engage with other courses at the college and with local nature-based and environmental activities/campaigns.
Free* (subject to residency criteria)