Tickling the Touchstone: how to humour & harness the thorny issues of social exclusivity in Romanticism & Environmental Arts practice led by Alicia Grace and others.
Terry Eagleton describes the touchstone of English literature at the beginning of the 20thC as embracing a “creative wholeness”… and where participating in the study of English “was less an academic subject than a spiritual exploration coterminous with the fate of civilisation itself”, … literature was “an organic society all of it’s own, it was important because it was nothing less than a whole social ideology” (Eagleton, 2003).
Join us as we dare to poke a tickle stick at the lawless egos of the sublime … !
This workshop is limited to 14 participants. Once all places have been booked it will show as ‘sold out’. BOOK NOW