The Art of Survival EYE camp is right around the corner – if you are in Year 9 or up, now is the time to register! Camp coordinators Tyler Parkes and Lisa Siegel have been meeting with Senior EYE leaders for the last six weeks – brainstorming, creating the theme, and filling in the framework for the upcoming camp. The EYE leaders are looking to improve on what has already been amazing – and have created a hybrid camp that will explore the arts, develop primitive skills and also look at the hot enviro topic of species survival versus collapse.
Bellingen EYE has enlisted some phenomenal mentors to teach these activities: the amazing Nick Warfield who will share his recycled art with us; the always entertaining Andrew Turbill who will lead Shelter Building and the famous Debate; our favourite Eco-Ninja Pip Glover doing movement; and EYE graduates/excellent artists Holly and Uma leading an exploration of Art in Nature. Rosa is even coming out of the kitchen for a bit to share some campfire cooking skill with us. In short, we are all set for a heart pumping, adrenalin filled long weekend up at the stunning Cascade Environmental Education Centre. Saturday, June 6th- Monday, June 8th. SEE YOU THERE!