Informal Meetup: Building A Collaborative Platform For Activists, Creatives, Scientists, Techies And Everyone Else.

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How to summarise this project in a few words?
Well, it is really just the beginning and fully up to us what we make of it!

The first rudimentary ideas are...
Connect with like-minded people. Collaborate on projects. Get inspired. Share ideas. Jam. Brainstorm. Learn something new. Empower each other. Hang out and chat.

The goal is to unite our different communities - be they artistic, scientific, techsavvy, activist or just plain human – by building on existing networks and gathering strength as we connect and collaborate.
Our goals? Well, our main goals in this mad world are abundance and peace.
How will we get there?
By producing conscious, ethical art that challenges the status quo and touches people.
By working on projects that improve the way things are.
By organising events that bring people together.
By building trust and sharing resources.
By fostering a sense of community and respect for each other.

Let us start making history, because each one of us has a unique story to tell.
Let us work together, because we all have different skills and ideas that can achieve astonishing results.
Let us explore the idea of a positive future.

You don't have to stay all afternoon, you can just drop in and say hi and let us know that you are interested.
Invite others along. Maybe you are already involved in something like this, then it would be great to hear your experiences and make new connections.
You don't have to be a scientist, artist or activist – all you need is a good, caring heart and a wish to improve things on Earth.

Zoe Mary from the Burrow Art Gallery will be hosting us again - she is keen to start workshops with people and get creative.

Manu the chalk guy will be there from 12-3pm painting a new chalk mural on the Burrow walls.

See you there!
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