Explore a selection of living and leadership workshops, talks and events – expertly curated for you by the REAL team.
This webinar looks at initiatives that address systemic racism from fashion to construction. Hosted in collaboration with REAL Sustainability and Business Declares, join us as we learn how to be an ally.
You can join us in socially-distanced seating in the Great Hall for this event, or watch along online (look for the appropriate option at checkout). Registration will close and online
During this course, students will have the opportunity to create and decorate work using a range of handbuilding and slip decorating techniques. The emphasis will be on simplicity, on a
Capture the cold crisp light and darkness in this stunning winter landscape painting course set in Dartington’s wonderful gardens. This fabulous four-day course aims to encourage participants to experiment in
Beauty Experts Sali Hughes and Anita Bhagwandas opens up their make-up bags to reveal their favourite planet-friendly beauty products as they discusses their own eco beauty journey.
As lockdown gripped the country, millions turned to technology to maintain vital social contact and connection. For some brain injury survivors, the widening of the digital landscape actually opened fresh avenues of opportunity; bringing to light previously unimagined futures.
Heart n Soul at The Hub is a research project led by people with and without learning disabilities and autistic people, exploring the value of difference and challenging what is ‘normal’. In this session the Inclusive Futures team will share their project and think critically about our world and our future.
Sustainable fashion trailblazer, Ms Tammam, takes you through her journey to create a sustainable couture fashion label and her vision for the future of fashion, with an opportunity for a Q&A with the artist.
Visualising the extent to which the climate emergency has impacted our world is often sometimes difficult and not a reality people are willing to confront. A booth, presented by UCL Climate Action Society, with simple, visually-pleasing representations of the negative implications of climate will help spur that confrontation.
This interactive workshop aims to spread awareness on the Zero-Waste movement and breakdown misconceptions and barriers that deter people from it. This workshop will have two sections; the first focuses on the movement as a whole and how a zero-waste lifestyle can be economically viable. The second will be a fun, interactive session where participants can make zero-waste ‘do-it-yourself’ versions of common products such as deodorant and soap.
Jack Shenker takes us on a journey across Britain to uncover the root causes of our current crisis – and the struggles being waged for our future.
At the turning of the seasons the bright colours of summer change into more muted tones, but there is still a riot of colour out there from changing leaves to harvest produce and late flowers capitalising on pollinators still around before winter sets in.
With Dr Stephan Harding, Colum Pawson, Kate Bowman and Jo Hardy The coronavirus lockdown forced us into a period of isolation and introspection at the very time of year we
Animism is the worldview that sees the world as alive and full of people, only some of whom are human. How might the world be different if we returned to animism? Can we learn to be animists again?
A weekend of connecting deeply with trees in diverse ways, from identifying species and understanding basic tree biology, to intimate sensory experience and deep soulful connection.
For our Gaia’s Kitchen short course, we will cook together a menu of lunches and suppers using garden produce and including some favourite menus inspired by our college cookbooks. We will also prepare chutney, sauerkraut, minced fruit for minced pies and a fruit cake which can be eaten at Christmas.