It’s the last few weekends to catch A Strange Kind of Knowing at Haarlem Gallery “An epistemological exhibition on forbidden philosophies, folk knowledge and intuitive spirits” selected as an a-n Must See Exhibitions and Event.
There are a few more events programmed with Arthabandhu’s Stuff of Dreams workshop, artist Wingshan Smith will look at the practice of ancestor worship in Ancestral Waters, a free shrine building workshop, and there are still a few places left for our Divination Tarot Workshop this weekend with Elin from Derbyshire Tarot.
The gallery is open to the public 11am – 4pm Saturdays and Sundays until the 13th March. To book, buy tickets or register to attend an event, please go to our website at haarlemartspace.co.uk/
1. Divination Tarot Workshop with Derbyshire Tarot 5th March 4.30 – 6pm
Join Elin, owner of Derbyshire Tarot, for a practical workshop on how to read the tarot.
In this workshop you will begin to learn how to use the cards in your own life and to give readings to others. Start learning the skills you need to unlock the meaning from these beautiful images and the symbols within them. £22.15
2. Stuff of Dreams Workshop 11th March 7-9.30pm
Learn The Art of Dreaming. Arthabandhu is an ordained Buddhist who has long had a special interest in dreams, Lucid Dreaming, and the Buddhist practices of Dream Yoga. He is also an artist who draws upon dreams for inspiration. £22.15
3. Ancestral Waters Workshop with Wingshan Smith 12th March 4-9pm
Traditional Chinese families that practiced ancestor worship reflect the belief that ancestors remain among the living to a degree even after they die. In this meditative and creative session of affirmation, Wingshan Smith will lead rituals that support you to re-root yourself to stories untold or imagined and reconnect yourself to a unique approach to ancestry. Bring an object that has significance to you and an offering of fruit to the collective shrine.
Free event, donations welcome.
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