We will write in poetry, story, and prose forms, exploring individual relationship to land and to nature’s cycles, and as a means to orientate ourselves in the greening year. This opportunity coincides with the rising of sap on the warming land, on the approach to Spring equinox. Light and shadow will be welcome.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided from produce grown at the Husbandry School, naturally.
About the tutor; Lucy Lepchani
Lucy is an Adult Education tutor, creative practitioner, and life coach/therapist. These different roles are linked by love and appreciation for the stories of ordinary people’s lives, challenges and journeys, and how these comprise our diverse, collective heritage.
She is also drawn to the narratives of the sensory, sensual natural world; creating and extrapolating stories from places, events and objects and locating adventure in the everyday and the ordinary.
As a creative practitioner, Lucy works with poetry, fiction, community radio, sensory arts and crafts, movement and theatre, foraging, and textiles. Her studio is at her desk or the kitchen sink or the back yard, or an opportune space in a shared creative hub, backstage, or in the limelight, or some birdsong festooned nook in the natural world.