Elaine Robinson is at Trafalgar Square London.
19 hours ago
This morning I heard Zoë on the Today programme insulate Britain . On 23 rd August 2021 - Trafalgar Square, LondonXR Uprising I met Zoë & she lay her fingerprint:‘ We are nature protecting our only home. We are 1 human family, just a tiny part of the tree of life, that has almost dismantled.- Let’s show what we are really capable of before it’s too late’ Zoe Cohen adding her #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #alllife #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #artaunifyinglanguage #transcendingdifference #touchingourancestors #fingerprintofunity #workingtogether lnkd.in/dgH79EZwZoë believes in aspiring openness, clarity, mutual challenge, motivation and resilience. She encourages the conversations that need to happen #xr #insulatebritain lnkd.in/dPkVM8JHZoe promotes a truth regarding our knowledge about the climate emergency. ... See MoreSee Less
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As you know I visited @nessofbrodgar on July 13th this year. Last night they posted a blog I wrote on their site.If you ever have a chance to visit this remarkable dig and support the work there’re doing for prosperity and future generations- informing world knowledge, it would be unforgettable. Such inspiring work in an unforgettable setting. www.nessofbrodgar.co.uk/touching-our-ancestors-the-ness-and-the-spottimespottime-artwork/. t.co/OP2tpYQAQc Thank you to Nick Card and the team at The Ness of Brodgar. #Touchingtheancestors#alllife #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #artaunifynglanguage #transcendingdifference #fingerprints #5000yrold #ancestors #nessofbrodgar #archeology #orkneyislands #orkney #farming #touchingtime #time #instinct #wecanlearnfromthem ... See MoreSee Less
‘ To bee 🐝 better at looking after the small things; Then we can save the the things that matter’Rachel Toll Watercolours by Rachel adding her #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #alllife #conservationmeanslife #artaunifyinglanguage #transcendingdifference www.watercoloursbyrachel.co.ukMy name is Rachel Toll and I am a watercolour artist based in Devon, England. I love painting and gain much inspiration from the landscapes, wildlife and coasts of Devon and Cornwall.Wildlife painting has become a major part of who I am. I strive to capture the essence of the subjects I paint and the eyes of the animal hold a special place in the painting. Once I have the eyes I like to work loosely, leaving much to the viewer's imagination. If people like what I have painted then that makes me very happy.I also take on commissions and these have presented me with lots of new and unexpected challenges. Find me on facebook, twitter and instagram (links at the bottom of the page) which I regularly update with new work. ... See MoreSee Less
‘Life is the most precious thing there is’ Jo Glanville - adding her #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #sittingequally #alllife #conservationmeanslife #transcendingdifference #artaunifyinglanguage Jo Glanville is a writer, journalist and campaigner for human rights. She has written for the London Review of Books, the TLS, the Guardian, the Independent and the Bookseller, amongst other publications. She is the former director of English PEN, an award-winning editor of Index on Censorship and a news and documentary producer at the BBC. She is currently a visiting fellow at Giessen University. ... See MoreSee Less
17th August Had the pleasure of tracking down - A mass cycle tour of HS2 phase2, to raise awareness, build long term connections and mobilise resistance.by Earth First! in Manchester - #SPOTtimespotTIME #rollbackthetracks #naturalengland #biketracks www.crowdfunder.co.uk/roll-back-the-tracks/comments?experiment=1#start 🦋#conservationmeanslife #alllife #workingtogether #transcendingdifference #activism #activists #respect #dignity #oneplanet #artaunifyinglanguage💚🦋Thank you for your time and kindness today - #spottimespottime #rollbackthetracksQuotes- ‘ Travel within the mind move ! ‘ Sanjire ‘ These are our new enclosures’‘ Working class not business class’ ‘ Scrap HS2’‘ No gods no masters’ ‘ No to ecodice, yes to class struggle- revolution and overthrow the system’ 💚 ‘ F*** cash and f*** the fascists’ ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
2 weeks ago
17 th August Birmingham ‘HS2 is accelerating the Climate & Ecological Emergency which the science shows risks societal collapse in our lifetimes. It’s not ‘’Just’’ about the environment it’s everything we love, we stand to lose it all unless enough of us ACt Now!’ Dr Larch Maxey @hs2rebellion Dr Larch Maxey adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #artaunifyinglanguage #artfreedom #lovelife #respect Dr. Larch Maxey is Community Projects Manager with the Network Of Wellbeing (NOW), a charity he co-founded in 2012. NOW is devoted to building personal, social and environmental wellbeing. Larch is committed to co-creating a world where all can flourish and has co-founded twenty organisations to this end, including Lammas, the Fleming Policy Centre and NOW. He has taught, researched and practiced sustainability since 1988, with over 50 academic and popular publications.His two co-edited books include The Sustainable University (Routeledge) and Low Impact Development: The Future in Our Hands which sold out within eight months and is now available as a free download. Larch has built and lived in several low impact homes and is a Director of Bright Green Futures, Frack Free Totnes and Switch From Fossils which empower people to act on climate change, fracking and plastic pollution. Larch lives in Totnes and loves surfing and foraging. ... See MoreSee Less
“Effective wildlife artivism makes the experience of addressing difficult subjects more palatable, but without compromising on sincerity.” Mart Aveling @avelingartworks adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime & #pawprint from Jack 🙂 🐾 #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #alllife avelingartworks.com #wildlifeartivism Martin Aveling's passion for drawing was born out of his surroundings at a very young age. While his parents were working to protect mountain gorillas on the steep forested slopes of the Virunga volcanoes, Martin picked up pencils and drew them.After graduating from the University of Bristol, Mart built his career around his primary passion for art and the natural world. He has exhibited many times in London with the Society of Wildlife Artists and at the DSWF ‘Wildlife Artist of the Year’ award, for which he has been a finalist the past thirteen years, and highly commended on four occasions.Mart is a partner artist of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and a signature member of Artists For Conservation. In 2021 he won the first ever ‘David Shepherd Art of Survival Award’. Mart has been instrumental in exploring the world of wildlife artivism and its role in environmental storytelling. “Wildlife Artivism is a growing trend in conservation, where elements of fantasy are combined with reality to unearth hidden truths. It tackles the big issues faced by our planet and its wildlife through storytelling embedded in art.” In 2020 Mart established the ‘Ingrid Beazley Award’ - A £5,000 grant designed to help wildlife, stimulate creativity and provide assistance for people suffering with eco-anxiety. Mart is a global ambassador for Derwent Pencils and provided the artwork for their current Pastel Pencil range (his favoured medium for over 20 years). His clean and contemporary style celebrates the detail in his animal subjects, and negative space is manipulated to give them environments. Mart aims to raise the profile of all wildlife around the world and to generate support for its most vulnerable. From the sale of his art, Mart has helped raise nearly £50,000 for various wildlife conservation charities. ... See MoreSee Less
‘At the FBA ( Federation of British Artists) we specialise in painting and sculpture. The mark of the artist, a fingerprint or recognisable brush stroke is integral to the work of art’ Liberty Rowley Mall Galleries Marketing, PR & Audience Development Manager adding her #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #workingtogether #artaunifyinglanguage The national focal point for contemporary figurative art, and home to the Federation of British Artists.The Federation of British Artists, a major visual arts charity established in 1961, operates Mall Galleries.The Federation (FBA) comprises nine of the UK’s leading art societies. Focusing on Figurative Art, our Societies place an emphasis on observation and draughtsmanship in the works that they produce and exhibit.Each specialises in a genre or medium.Figurative genres:PortraitureWildlifeMarineLife drawingMedia:OilWatercolourPastelA unique national resource, the FBA has over 600 practising artists and is home to the largest life drawing society in London (Hesketh Hubbard Art Society).Each art society host their annual exhibition at Mall Galleries, many of which are also open to artists to enter their work for exhibition alongside that of the Society members. ... See MoreSee Less
We are delighted at the news clarifying #beavers’ status as a native mammal in England🏴We are looking forward to tomorrow’s consultation, and working in partnership with stakeholders, to turn this positive step into meaningful action - for #beavers, people & riparian landscapes💧🦫(📸Nick Upton) ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is in California.
4 weeks ago
“If I had one wish for the world, it would be that we stop harming all animals. They deserve our protection, not our abuse. If humanity does not wake up and stop believing the fantasy that we are superior to the natural world and we can live without it, then we will be sentencing ourselves to extinction and, quite frankly, we will deserve it.” Thank you Leilani Münter for adding your #fingerprint and contributing a super quote to #spottimespottime #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #artaunifyinglanguage #sittingequally Leilani Münter is a biology graduate turned race car driver and environmental activist. She believes it is essential for humans to adapt and evolve the way we are living to a sustainable way that does not destroy the world around us. Leilani is an advocate for renewable energy, solar power, electric cars, plant-based diet, and animal rights. She sits on the board of three non-profits: Oceanic Preservation Society, Empowered by Light, and EarthxFilm. Leilani is also an ambassador for Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project and a patron of Population Matters. Leilani was featured in the 2015 documentary film Racing Extinction. Leilani wants our future to be a cleaner and kinder world. #carbonfree #veganism #vegan #tesla #nature #oceans #oceanlife #biologist #marinelife #renewableenergy #solarpower #electriccars #animalrights #love #kindness #populationmatters #oceanicpreservationsociety #RacingExtinction #populationmatters ... See MoreSee Less
FIRST PERFORMANCE SOLD OUT! Next week the critically-acclaimed production of Simon Reade's adaptation of the beloved Michael Morpurgo children's novel An Elephant in The Garden opens in Cirencester for a limited two-week run! Tickets now on sale from £11.50! ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is in London, United Kingdom.
1 month ago
Documenting - Sat in the heart gathering #hearts and #fingerprints #cometothetable #spottimespottime #workingtogether #artaunifyinglanguage #alllife #sittingequally #XR #conservationmeanslife Inspiring speakers and beautiful, peaceful and heartfelt speakers. 💚 More photos later in the week- Elaine 💗 ... See MoreSee Less
First Fingerprint today. Andrew travelling up to London to attend the XR uprising - meeting in Trafalgar Square 10am ‘ I want a future for my daughter that is hopeful. For that to happen people will need to rise up and force politicians to be responsible and start acting with the duty of care towards future generations that they have’ Andrew - Puppet maker #spottimespottime #conservationmeanslife #alllife #workingtogether #artaunifyinglanguage #oneplanet #onespecies #life #dignity #love #legacy #futuregenerations ... See MoreSee Less
XR #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguage #alllife #sittingequally #workingtogether #conservationmeanslife Off to London to document the start of the #XR uprising .I shall post more over the next week of recent #fingerprints and #expressions ….more soon …..#lovetheplanet #lovelife #onespecies #Respect #dignity #pink #green #hearts ... See MoreSee Less
We are the inhabitants of a small, fragile world filled with beauty, magic and wonder. It's our tiny blue dot in an infinite universe. Our collective fingerprint - everything we are, everything we've ever known. Explore, respect and cherish it. 👉 If you're wondering what this is about, here's the story behind it: bit.ly/3Akl0qL #UnboundedEarth ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is in Crewe, UK.
1 month ago
Had the pleasure of tracking down - A mass cycle tour of HS2 phase2, to raise awareness, build long term connections and mobilise resistance.by Earth First! in Manchester - #SPOTtimespotTIME #rollbackthetracks #naturalengland #biketracks www.crowdfunder.co.uk/roll-back-the-tracks/comments?experiment=1#start More photos on Friday with written quotes 🦋#conservationmeanslife #alllife #workingtogether #transcendingdifference #activism #activists #Respect #dignity #oneplanet #artaunifyinglanguage💚🦋Thank you for your time and kindness today - #spottimespottime #rollbackthetracks ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
I post thís again today with huge honour to celebrate having this inspiring artist #kenloach on #spottimespottime As a child growing up in a #shipbuilding #workingclass town #barrowinfurness in the ‘70’ s Ken Loach and films like #kez inspired hope and a belief that one day I too and many my age could have an education and aspire to contribute to society with a free a valued voice. It was a relief to see a truthful creative expression. As a mother I proudly showed my baby daughter ( 18 yrs ago) a hand print in the pavement at Cannes saying proudly ‘ with art and respect made by this artist - you will have a global freedom’ . As I read the papers over the last few days I made a vow to myself to honour brave artists and keep trying to transcend difference - so we are able to work together towards an enlightened society and respect and love the #environment and #planet we inhabit. Democracy is a pathway we should always tender and I believe it is important to listen with a hopeful and forgiving #heart. I salute you #KenLoach @kenloach_sixteen and I am beyond proud you launched the #artaunifyinglanguage section of #spottimespottime #artists #actors #love #life 12th November 2019It is with great honour that I launch this new panel for everyone who who work in the arts.‘ This is a fist- because we cannot have unity until we resolve conflict between class interests and stop the oppression , exploitation and all the destruction of the environment that conflict brings’ Ken Loach Launching ‘ ART - A Unifying Language’ A panel as part of the SPOTtimespotTIME emerging nationwide art artwork #fingerprintofunity.#artaunifyinglanguage #alllife #conservationmeanslife #sittingequally #respect #difnity #art #freedomanddemocracy ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson updated her cover photo.
2 months ago
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‘ Just learn to let go’ Jason Emrich, The Estate Manager at Knepp who helped Sir Charles Burrell an Isabella Tree kick off the whole rewilding thing twenty years ago at Knepp Castle Estate knepp.co.uk/home @kneppsafaris adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #workingtogether #sittingequally #alllife #artaunifyinglanguage #conservationmeanslife Knepp is a 3,500 acre estate just south of Horsham, West Sussex. Since 2001, the land – once intensively farmed - has been devoted to a pioneering rewilding project. Using grazing animals as the drivers of habitat creation, and with the restoration of dynamic, natural water courses, the project has seen extraordinary increases in wildlife. Extremely rare species like turtle doves, nightingales, peregrine falcons and purple emperor butterflies are now breeding here; and populations of more common species are rocketing.The vision of the Knepp Wildland Project is radically different to conventional nature conservation in that it is not driven by specific goals or target species. Instead, its driving principle is to establish a functioning ecosystem where nature is given as much freedom as possible. The aim is to show how a ‘process-led’ approach can be a highly effective, low-cost method of ecological restoration - suitable for failing or abandoned farmland - that can work to support established nature reserves and wildlife sites, helping to provide the webbing that will one day connect them together on a landscape scale. #kneppestate #rewilding #kneppwildland #kneppcastleestate #knepprewilding #conservation #life #lovealllife ... See MoreSee Less
‘ We can do it ‘ Sir Charles Burrell, 10th Baronet adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #workingtogether #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #alllife #artaunifyinglanguage Owner of Knepp Castle, a 3,500 acre estate that has been in the Burrell family for 220 years, Charlie is the inspiration behind the Knepp Wildland Project.Having run Knepp Home Farm for 20 years, Charlie had a dramatic change of heart after a visit to the Oostvaardersplassen project in Holland in the 1990s and saw the potential for a similar "rewilding" project at home in Sussex.Charlie is chair of the Romanian rewilding project, Foundation Conservation Carpathia, and is on the board of Rewilding Britain, The Arcadia Fund, Ingleby Farms Environment Committee, the Endangered Landscapes Programme and the Bronze Oak Project.Knepp is on heavy clay, and it’s always been a struggle to farm here. With the rewilding project we’re still raising cattle and livestock, only now it’s extensive rather than intensive farming – more like ranching, really – and the animals are driving the great positives like biodiversity, habitat and soil restoration. Because we have no goals or targets, and the project is ‘process-led’, Nature is teaching us. We’re on a thrilling journey. The possibilities are endless, and the relevance to conservation and eco-systems services has never been greater. #kneppestate #kneppwildland #rewilding #connection #ecosystems #biodiversity #isabellatree ... See MoreSee Less
‘ Let’s get messy and give nature the time and space to perform’ Isabella Tree adding her #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationmeanslife #alllife #workingtogether #kneppestate #freewilding @kneppsafaris @kneppregenfarms @kneppwildrangemeat www.isabellatree.com www.knepp.co.uk Isabelle is an award-winning author and travel writer, and lives with her husband, the conservationist Charlie Burrell, in the middle of a pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex.She is author of five non-fiction books.Her latest book Wilding - the Return of Nature to a British Farm is published by Picador. It won the 2019 Richard Jefferies prize for nature writing and was one of the Smithsonian’s top ten science books for 2018.Her first children’s book When We Went Wild is published by Quarto in March 2021.Isabella Tree writes for publications such as National Geographic, Granta, The Sunday Times and The Observer. Her articles have been selected for The Best American Travel Writing and Reader's Digest Today's Best Non-Fiction, and she was Overall Winner of the Travelex Travel Writer Awards. She published her first book The Bird Man - a Biography of John Gould when she was 25.Her latest book Wilding - the Return of Nature to a British Farm charts the story of the pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex where she lives with her husband Charlie Burrell. #conservation #life #respect #isabelletree #respectalllife ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is at Colne Valley regional park.
2 months ago
‘My name is Sarah Green, I used to run the passenger boat along the Grand Union Canal in the beautiful Colne Valley floodplain in West London. Here are kingfishers, dragon flies and barn owls, part of the web of life that is being annihilated by HS2. ‘ ( Extract taken from a crowd fund page in May 2019) Sarah Green has agreed to add her #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguage #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally ‘Environmental campaigners have raised concerns about potential contamination of the drinking water supply during the construction of the HS2 high-speed rail link, after the company was ordered to disclose internal documents that provide frank assessments of the risks. The documents were revealed following a battle lasting more than two years. A Green party member, Sarah Green, unsuccessfully tried freedom of information requests and the information commissioner to gain access to the internal analysis of risk to water supplies from the HS2 project before a tribunal ruled in her favour, ordering the rail company to disclose three unredacted water risk assessments to her.’ The Guardian May 2021 www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/may/31/fears-raised-over-risks-of-water-c... #colnevalley #waterprotector #truth #hs2 #greenparty #sarahgreen ... See MoreSee Less
Today I went along to an event in Bristol called our Responsibility in This Time - Insulate Britain to meet Dr Larch Maxey. We met over zoom as he addressed an inspired audience. Insulate Britain is a pop up campaign run by experienced activists from several networks aiming to bring together 300 or more people to do whatever is nonviolently necessary to make this happen. The next meeting will be in Taunton on Wed 4th August.www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/our-responsibility-in-this-time-insulate-britain-tickets-164364252905?aff=...www.insulatebritain.com/donorbox.org/insulate-britain #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguage #conservationmeanslife #alllife #workingtogether About this EventIn the run up to COP the world must see the UK Government forced to take immediate concrete action to reduce emissions through dramatic nonviolent confrontation. The Government will break its own laws if it does not take emergency action to deliver on its Paris Agreement commitments. Insulate Britain exists to uphold the law. We need to change history, nothing less will do.If you would like to help stop societal collapse join Dr. Larch Maxey and others as we introduce ‘Our Responibilities at this time - Insulate Britain’. #truth ‘ Those who have the privilege to know, have the responsibility to act’ (Albert Einstein ) Rob Collett ‘ The greatest tool of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed’ Barbi Lund ‘ You don’t expect these crisis to fall upon us, and although we understand the climate crisis with data and also science- the events we can’t predict, ..we can’t imagine, but they will come anyway - that is why although there isn’t always a plan- it’s important to respond to a moment- a crisis moment for the sake of all life’ - Roman Paluk-Machnik‘ It cheapens my fingerprint to sit alongside politicians for their world …..’ Deeds not words!’ Jay ‘ If not for yourself- do it for your children. They did not cause this crisis- but it will dominate their future if you take no action’ - Jacob Bryant XR South West Media & Messaging #xr #HS2alliance #insulatebritain #insulatebritiancampaign #ourresponsibilityinthistime #truth ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is in Halesworth.
2 months ago
‘We can all play a part in saving this amazing planet’ - Tracey White ( Executive PA World Land Trust ) adding her #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguage #workingtogether #conservationmeanslife #alllife World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats acre by acre.Through a network of partner organisations around the world, WLT funds the creation of reserves and provides permanent protection for habitats and wildlife. Partnerships are developed with established and highly respected local organisations who engage support and commitment among the local community. OUR MISSIONTo protect and sustainably manage natural ecosystems of the world. To conserve their biodiversity, with emphasis on threatened habitats and endangered speciesTo develop partnerships with local individuals, communities and organisations to engage support and commitment among the people who live in project areasTo raise awareness, in the UK and elsewhere, of the need for conservation, to improve understanding and generate support through education, information and fundraising #worldlandtrust #biodiversity #ecosystems ... See MoreSee Less
Sigurd Towrie ( Archeologist)‘ Start now, tomorrow is too late’ Jan Blatchford ( Archeologist) drew an eye on the work. Jan took the photo of the first fingerprint found Ness of Brodgar] Sinéad Marshall ( Archeologist ) Left a butterfly marking like the diggers found on pots found on the site.”Peeling back the layers of pre-history’’Retired vet Chris Marshall working as a volunteer digger. ‘ I didn’t lock it first!’ adding their #fingerprints, marks and prints to #spottimespottime #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #onespeciesspottimespottime #workingtogether Ness of Brodgar] on the 13th July 2021 #archeology #nessofbrodgar #orkney ... See MoreSee Less
‘ The natural world is our one and only life support system. Our future health and well-being depends on it. It is wonderful fascinating and inspiring. Please look after it’ Martin Spray CBE will adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #consevationmeanslife #alllife #artaunifyinglanguage #workingtogether Until May 2020 Martin was the Chief Executive of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) a leading UK chaity specialising in the conservation of wetlands across the world. Martin was educated at Tiffin School, Kingston upon Thames, and University of Wales, Swansea and has a BSc in Zoology. His career has spanned public, business and not for profit sectors, the last 30 years as CEO of three UK conservation charities. Following 14 years in government service holding a variety of management positions, he joined the conservation world with WWF UK and then to the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust as its first Chief Executive. Prior to moving to WWT in 2004 he was seconded to the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts, the coordinating organisation for 47 independent UK Wildlife Trusts, as its Chief Executive to steer it through a period of substantial change. Past roles have also included various chair and member board positions. Martin was awarded the CBE in 2013 for services to nature conservation. The same year he received an honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Roehampton. He is currently Chair of Wildlife & Countryside Link, a consortium of 57 organisations concerned with animal welfare and environmental conservation, and has a number pf roles with the East Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership, an organisation of 39 members including 18 country governments concerned with conservation for waterbirds along the world’s largest migratory flyway. #slimbridge #WWT#wetlands #biodiversity ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is at London, Unιted Kingdom.
2 months ago
Happy to announce Kevin O’Hare Director of The Royal Ballet @royaloperahouse has agreed to add his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguage #workingtogether #conservationmeanslife #alllife #artlanguage Appointed in July 2012, he is responsible for driving the artistic direction of the Company. He is committed to the promotion of outstanding creativity and artistic excellence, developing talent and widening the Company’s performing platform.Born in Yorkshire Kevin trained at The Royal Ballet School. He began his performing career with The Royal Ballet’s sister company Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet, and stayed with that company as a Principal during its transformation into Birmingham Royal Ballet. During this time he performed extensively in the UK and internationally. His repertory included all the leading classical roles, such as Prince Siegfried (Swan Lake), Prince Florimund (The Sleeping Beauty), Albrecht (Giselle) and Romeo (Romeo and Juliet). O’Hare worked with many leading figures in the ballet world, including Ninette de Valois, Peter Wright, Frederick Ashton, MacMillan and David Bintley, as well as creating many roles. He also produced many galas and choreographic evenings.O’Hare retired from the stage in 2000, entering into a traineeship in company management with the Royal Shakespeare Company. This led to the post of Company Manager with BRB in 2001, and in 2004 he joined The Royal Ballet as Company Manager. He was made Administrative Director in 2009 before being appointed to his current role. Under his directorship the Company has been distinguished with numerous honours including the Olivier Awards, Benois de la Danse and Critics' Circle National Dance Awards. His collaborative approach to the industry is demonstrated in such initiatives as World Ballet Day and inviting guest UK ballet companies to share the stage for the 2017 MacMillan celebrations. He is on the board of The Royal Ballet School, Northern Ballet and the Royal Academy of Dance and is a Trustee of the Frederick Ashton Foundation. He was appointed a CBE in 2018.www.roh.org.uk #royalballet #royaloperahouse #ballet ... See MoreSee Less
A few more quotes and #fingerprints from the visit on the 13th July to the Ness of Brodgar] ‘ The Ness has made an impression on me- and I have made an impression on the paper’ Jim Rylatt - Archeologist ‘Trying to connect to the ancestors’ - Gary Shafto - volunteer digger for the last 4 years. ‘ It feels like a privilege to have a connection to a world wide project’ Calum Hall - Archeologist Tam is a beautiful puppy ( 6 months) and made his impression too. He was guided by his owner Nack Card - the Ness of Brodgar] Director. adding their fingerprints to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife #alllife #artaunifyinglanguage #workingtogether #onespeciesspottimespottime#time #archeology #orkney #stenness #nessofbrodgar #reachthroughtime #fingerprint #prehistoric #megalithic #tam ... See MoreSee Less
GOLD. GOLD. GOLD.Tom Daley and Matty Lee are Olympic champions. 🥇 ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is at St Albans.
2 months ago
‘Balance Holding Beauty’ - July 2021 #art #love #life #equalmeasure #loveandloss #earth #singed #robin #dove #hope #infinity #earthelements #sun #rain #clouds #sky #callalily #beautiful #light #candles #hope #life #heralding #anewbeginning #trustinginstinct 💚🙏💚The Earth has quite a journey to make as it’s guided by the dove ( who sadly has singed feathers) Infinity pathway is lit brightly by the Calla Lily. Balance holding beauty as the Robin heralds renewal. 💚🦋 ... See MoreSee Less
Recently @nessofbrodgar was in various media articles/press because they had uncovered a 5000 year old fingerprint on a piece of pot. Incredible! As a team of archaeologists and volunteers - Nick Card (seen here in the photo ) is the site/ project Director -discovering the fingerprint is only the tip of the iceberg as at @nessofbrodgar there are daily discoveries and finds of huge historical significance which will change and inform our understanding of Neolithic and Mesolithic activity and community. I wanted to visit the site and document this incredible unearthing and the team responsible and incorporate as part of SPOTtimespotTIME art social document. Time concepts, event and story all sitting together on one artwork informing and sharing. What was already a huge honour to have such amazing access to the team, at such a small window of excavation activity in Orkney due to weather conditions, light and team agreement - Nick Card said they had recently found another fingerprint sample in Structure 8 and would I like to see the fingerprint? These photos document the event that on the 13th July 2021 SPOTtimspotTIME had the honour to have a fingerprint 5000 years old on the conservation part of the work. Added to the panel all the fingerprints gathered during lockdown and also today via post and future conservation events will sit on this part of the work. I found this moment incredibly humbling and shall cherish always the significance of reaching across time. ( The photo with the fingerprint work sat on tyres is the protected structure 8 area where the second fingerprint was found) www.nessofbrodgar.co.uk/ #orkney #archeology #scottishhighlands #britisharchaeology #scottishdig #megalithic #orkneyislands #nessofbrodgarasitstands #nessofbrodgarexcavation #excavation #touchingtime #onespecies #spottimespottime #alllife #sittingequally #artaunifyinglanguage ... See MoreSee Less
‘ I consider myself to be incredibly lucky to be part of this site. It’s not just the digging but a connection with time’ Mandy - archeologist ‘ Sometime the Ogham stones is an old form of writing’ Clare Ryan Archeologist ( Clare made an ornate green Ogham marking) It’s a chance of a lifetime to be able to dig here. It’s a great learning experience and you’re part of a community when you are here- A dig is people from all walks of life and all levels of experience’ Sue Dyke Archeology StudentLisa placed her knuckle on the work -‘ That’s me - diggers knuckle ( pointing to the knuckle print in yellow) @nessofbrodgar #orkney #dig #archeology adding their #fingerprints to #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguage #conservationmeanslife ... See MoreSee Less
Elaine Robinson is in Norfolk.
2 months ago
‘ We are one blue planet in deep space with appolrox 300 miles of atmosphere protecting us with only 20,000 ft of breathable air. Without this layer we die. We are the only things that can protect that. We now have the power to determine the future of all life on this planet. We have a huge responsibility to protect all that is life. We must act now to protect all biodiversity which in turn protects and enriches us! Richard Powell OBE adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #workingtogether #artaunifyinglanguage #biodiversity #ecosystems #lovetheplanet #onespecies Richard Powell OBE ‘I am an experienced CEO/Senior Manager in the third sector, mainly working in the Natural Environment, Landscape, charity/Heritage sectors and public funding sectors. I have good NED and board experience working on topics such as Climate Change, sustainability, landscape creation and management, project management and change management, European Funding and Grant giving. I also work advising and helping charities with governance and business planning and work plan/ staff development. I am a fellow of Royal Society of Arts FRSA and Institute of Environmental Managers and Assessors FIEMA and a Chartered Environmentalist’ #wildanglia #northumbrianwater #esif ... See MoreSee Less