The Connective Culture Series Creating Connection
Creating Connection training assists with finding connective opportunities in day-to-day life, and gives practical tools to strengthen them.
This two-day training retreat commences the series and presents a range of processes which cultivate connection: to self; to community; to nature; and to cultural wisdom. Blending experiential activities with theoretical presentation the course facilitators provide their best tools for accessing creativity and actively participating in culture repair.
The Connective Culture Series is a training program that presents both modern and traditional knowledge about how to build and maintain a strong and resilient community. The series is made up of five parts covering creating connection, changemaker and leadership training, taking cultural action and becoming a facilitator.
PART 1 Creating Connection
1.1 Deep enquiry with Jacquelina Wills
1.2 The foundations of culture repair with Jonathan Davis
1.3 Asking ‘what do we all agree on?’ with Even Dawn
2.1 Breathing: acceptance and release with Jacquelina Wills
2.2 Start small, straight away with Even Dawn
2.3 Deep nature connection with Jonathan Davis
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Jacquelina Wills is a medical intuitive, installation artist and community development worker. Passionate about rights of passage and the transformative power of accessing one’s creativity, Jacquelina connects the worlds of art, storytelling and ceremony.
Even Dawn is an interaction designer and artist. Actively involved in grass-roots and global movements for over 15 years, Even brings her experience in digital communications, event coordination, natural time-keeping and marketing to the Creating Connective Culture series.
Jonathan Davis honed his skills as a storyteller and media maker in the film and television industry, focussing on the use of media to amplify personal healing and growth for humanity’s collective evolution. Jonathan’s work now extends into sharing skills and knowledge that empower deep nature connection and culture repair.
Places are available for young locals (aged 15–25) to attend free of charge. If you are a future changemaker send an introductory email to email@example.com telling the Wild Open team why you want to create connection.
Donations can be made towards more youth scholarship positions during the Eventbrite bookings process, whether you are attending the course yourself or not.