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Review of Learning, Transforming, Technique


Sharon Winfield from Union Jill wrote this rather splendid review of the Learning, Transforming, Technique weekend which took place early April this year. We hope to run the event again next year. Perhaps this write up will encourage you to come along in 2016… *** The weekend was designed to explore learning techniques and transformational education practices – but was not your average education weekend. We had decided to submit our show as a session not just to contribute to […]

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The Challenge of Simplicity with Maggie Nicols, 22-25 May residential


If you are thinking about coming to the mill to explore the Challenge of Simplicity with Maggie Nicols in May, check out the interview below. It appeared in Canadian magazine Music Works in 2008. The article explores Maggie’s approach to music making, and her involvement, since the late 1960s, with community music and free improvisation. The Challenge of Simplicity is Maggie’s first ever residential event held at Melin Dolwion. Booking for the weekend is now available. Contact us to book […]

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Learning, Transforming, Technique: sessions so far


The deadline for proposals for Learning, Transforming, Technique is next Friday, 6 March. To inspire you to send us ideas for a session, we thought you’d might like to know about some of the things we have received already. Here goes then… Critical Frames: This session, facilitated by members of Making-Learning, will re-frame some critical theories of education as sites for creative practice. Using the craft of weaving on a frame, participants will transform discussions of learning into a collaborative art piece. Not a […]

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