Visiting with Rose Cremin, Fermanagh District Biodiversity Office, we began to understand the interconnections between the biodiversity of the dream world, the idea world and the physical world. Hope you can work that one out!
Our time with her spawned many ideas – stay tuned for future outcomes!
…….then came Anna and Claire
Fresher than a breath of fresh air
Having not a single care
They dreamed their way through days
Loved flowers old things rock and stone
Dolmen and ditch bridged time
With song and words and deep primal strings
That tie our worlds so that time itself
Was lost when Anna and Claire came……
I believe the work you do really helps people to value what is important about their place in space – keep it up.
-Dave Scott, Gortatole Activity Centre Facilitator, N. IrelandI'm loving the sounds, smells, textures, and virtual visuals of Radio Dreaming! It's a 'mini-vacation'!! -Gale Picard Dorion, NM
A wonderful project, reconnecting to and listening to inner/outer Nature is crucial in this time of ecological and ethical crisis. -Colin Donoghue, NY
I just listened to Radio Dreaming and I enjoyed it so much. It was really beautiful and soothing to listen to because I could sense how "in the moment" you guys were through your voices. I need more stuff like that in my life; Inspiring and interesting and a bit higher up on the cultural ladder that my usual forms of entertainment. -Jessica Scott, OR
Anna Keleher (Devon, England) and Claire Coté (New Mexico)
40 days and 40 nights at Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, Eire/N. Ireland
-Exploring dúlra/ecosystem, dhúchas/heritage, aisling/dream
-Devising adventurous processes, novel techniques and gentle interations
-Gathering data about past, present and future ecologies