Doughnart! (Past)

A co-creative event to explore bringing Doughnut Economics to life through art

Have you ever wondered about turning Doughnut Economics into Art?

We certainly have! And we know lots of the DEAL Community have too.

Painting, making, modelling, dancing, singing, sewing, stitching, printing, film-making...  so much to explore.

So we'd like to invite you to this playful and co-creative event, where we'll be cultivating our collective imagination, exploring ideas in breakout groups and hopefully coming up with lots of artful ways to bring Doughnut Economics to life.

This will be DEAL's first co-creative event, and hopefully the first of many others across lots of other themes. So join us as we start this learning journey of what it is to co-create.

And everyone is welcome  - you don't have to call yourself an artist to make art!

Click here to register your interest and share your initial ideas.




    Rob Shorter

    Oxford, England, United Kingdom

    Excited to explore & share inclusive, participatory & imaginative ways of bringing the Doughnut to life

    Joanna Pollard

    Selby, England, United Kingdom

    The current system doesn't work for the majority of people. We need systemic change & can only achieve this by working together.

    Bristol Artist-Led Forum

    Bristol, England, United Kingdom

    BA-LF has been granted a mini bursary to make research on how to apply Donought Economics principles to an artists network/beyond

    Lisa Friedberg

    Bristol, England, United Kingdom

    The Bristol Artist-Led Forum has been awarded a bursary to research how doughnut economics can be applied to artist-led networks.

    Clara Todd

    Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

    Recovering technologist seeking hope

    Elizabeth Soubelet

    Verneuil-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, France

    I am a true believer in Kate's work and the necessity of seeing the big picture for what it is; we must find balance to thrive!

    Rowan McLaughlin

    Saltburn-by-the-Sea, England, United Kingdom

    The doughnut gives me hope for the future I want to help more people think in these terms to make that hope a reality.

    Martin Glover

    London Borough of Haringey, England, United Kingdom

    As an organiser to Digitspace project, I am curious and hope to bridge this to my signing (deaf) community UK

    Jayne Paramor

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    I want to see how the world is applying and evolving this new model for an environmental, social and economic transformation


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