Two Haumea Online Autumn 2020 courses are underway, next courses announced Jan 2021!

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Creating well for a new world is urgent and rewarding

Ecological artist Dr Cathy Fitzgerald's innovative and popular 'Essential Ecoliteracy course for Creatives and Art Professionals' is being offered in Autumn 2020.

  • TWO 7-week Courses running now from 15/16 SEPTEMBER 2020: Guided, self-paced ecoliteracy course for Creatives and Art Professionals

    with ecological artist cathy fitzgerald, phd and co-host nikos patedakis, phd

    This course will be offered again in the new year.

  • 'Creativity as an Act of Love'

    Advanced 7-week guided course with mentoring/coaching with philosopher nikos patedakis, phd

    Dates to be announced. Special discounts for this developing course available. Enquiries welcome.

What people are saying about Haumea OnLine courses

“Cathy Fitzgerald's Ecoliteracy Course far surpassed my expectations in materials and discussions. It is a valuable course at so many levels. I’ve been a practising ecoartist for 12 years and educator for 25; despite my background, Cathy’s course was rich in knowledge that will continue to aid me in my teaching, personal studio practice, and ever-expanding community-based art & ecology stewardship. Even in grad school, I never came across eco information or had discussions this rich in content and heart.”

Krisanne Baker, water-centric ecosocial artist | educator, Maine, USA

“I found Cathy's Haumea Online Ecoliteracy course and mentoring inspiring on a number of levels. Educationally I found Cathy to be a teacher who communicates with gentleness and conviction and the topics covered are varied and interesting with access to the work of many outstanding thinkers and artists. I learnt much and became a lot more ecoliterate ( although I still have a way to go). As a visual artist, I felt I had joined a community of people, a network of artists, both in Ireland and around the world who have a common understanding, who share information and have the potential to act as a support to one another. Personally, the course led me to begin meditating on a regular basis after trying unsuccessfully for many years. One of the artists/philosophers referred to on the Ecoliteracy course wrote: “When the student is ready the teacher will appear”. I am glad that Cathy and her course appeared when they did. Thank you Cathy!”

Gillian Cussen, Visual Artist, Co. Cork, Ireland

“Just as in her own art, where she is growing a forest, in her teaching she draws together the disparate roots, branches, leaves, seeds and flowers, leaving a healthy forest to flourish for itself. I am very grateful.”

Shane Finan – Visual Artist, Wicklow, Ireland, 2020

The Haumea Online 7-week Essential Ecoliteracy course

with ecosocial artist Cathy Fitzgerald, PhD in ecological art practice

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Creativity as an Act of Love: Cultivating the Mind of Beauty

Art as a path to eco-sensual awareness, spiritual insight, and the mutual healing of self and world–with philosopher Nikos Patedakis, Ph.D

Next dates to be announced

A 7-week self-paced online course for artists and anyone at all seeking to get in touch with the inherent creativity and healing capacity of mind and world.

Learn to cultivate the mind of beauty, the mind of wisdom, and the mind of love in ways that will transform your life and your art. Unlike so many online courses, this course comes with 2 hours of one-on-one mentoring/coaching, in addition to weekly group meetings and online course materials. Group meetings will be kept small enough that we can enjoy fruitful dialogue and a genuine sense of community.

Nikos talks about his course here and in the video below:

Watch Intro Video

An introduction to Creativity as an Act of Love

Next course date to be announced

Haumea Online Scholarship Donation Fund

Want to support the arts? Help creatives in any art disicipline become more wise and confident in engaging in the most pressing ecosocial issues of our time? We welcome donations to help creatives in need join our courses. Thank you!



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