The Scottish Centre for Geopoetics is a membership organisation which relies on members’ subscriptions to fund its activities which are carried out by volunteers. Its purpose is to raise awareness of geopoetics as a crucial way to approach and respond creatively to the natural world of which we are part.
Its network of individuals includes visual artists, writers, musicians, ornithologists, geologists, botanists, teachers and lecturers who each share a common interest in developing an understanding of geopoetics and applying it creatively in their lives. The Centre organises talks, discussions, events and field walks to extend members’ knowledge and experience of geopoetics. As the main English language geopoetics centre, it has members in USA, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Poland, Ireland, Wales and England as well as throughout Scotland.
Further information is available from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you join or renew your membership you will receive:
- A free copy of Grounding a World: Essays on the Work of Kenneth White ed. G Bowd, C Forsdick & N Bissell rrp £9.95.
- Regular newsletters sent out by e-mail.
- Advance news of and discounts on books relating to geopoetics.
- Advance news of Kenneth White and geopoetics events.
- Invitations to all our meetings and field visits.
- The satisfaction of assisting the development of our geopoetics work and publications.
- Encouragement to develop your own understanding of and creative response to geopoetics.
You can download the membership form by clicking the link below:
Please send your name, postal and e-mail address with a cheque for £10 waged/£5 unwaged, payable to the Scottish Centre for Geopoetics, to David Francis, 214 Portobello High Street, Edinburgh EH15 2AU.
As an alternative, you can pay by Standing Order, or by bank transfer. Our bank account is Scottish Centre for Geopoetics, account no. 00694888, sort code 80-02-24. Please inform us by e-mail with your completed membership form to <email@example.com> CCd to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.