Current and Coming Programmes, Workshops and Courses2017 contains various initiatives reaching wider or more contained publics. These are innovative and different ventures, and we hope you may join us for at least one of them. For further information about any of the programmes, workshops or courses offered, please contact us.
For information regarding Current and Coming Programmes, Workshops and Courses with The Proteus Initiative in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, please click here.
For information regarding Current and Coming Programmes, Workshops and Courses with The Proteus Initiative in Australia and New Zealand, please click here.
To Etch in Light
The Towerland Wilderness
28 October - 2 November 2018
an international gathering
of social practitioners
who are interested
in exploring further,
work that celebrates
a social phenomenology
underscored by a Goethean
methodology and sensibility
a reflective social practice
that manifests as
an activism delicate enough
to seek its own
as it suggests
the transformation of others.
Encontro Formativo de 1 a 4 de Fevereiro de 2018
A RECIFE e a Comunidade de Empreendedores Evolucionários JOÃO SEM MEDO estão entusiasmados por receber, pela primeira vez em Portugal, a formação "Artistas do Invisível - A Caminho de uma nova prática de mudança", facilitada por Allan Kaplan e Sue Davidoff da Proteus Initiative - http://www.proteusinitiative.org/
The RECIFE and The Emergence Network, in collaboration with ARISE Education, are pleased and thrilled to invite you to come and join us on the course, "A Delicate Activism - – An Invitation Towards a Practice that is Alive", that we are hosting in the south of Portugal, from the 6th to the 10th of February 2018. For further information and to view the full brochure, please click HERE.
An Invitation to join a group in Cape Town
Those of us who have been exposed to − and by? - the ‘Goethean Glance’ know that it renders the world a World once more, with all the promise that it contained in childhood, deepened and strengthened by our experiences of coming up against it. We know that it leaves us able to see further − though such seeing can also be painful. We know that seeing further ‘out’ can only be achieved simultaneously with seeing further ‘in’ − and we know what that entails.
The world reveals itself through us, we reveal ourselves through the world, we change the world through changing ourselves − yes, all of this, and all so elusive, so hard to catch, so impossible to hold, because what we hold can only ever be what has been, we can never hold the becoming. We know that, when we catch a glimpse of the becoming, the world becomes enthusiastic and inspired once more, yet that becoming comes with its own tearing sadness (who of us, asks Borges, has not lost something infinite in their lives?). We know, perhaps, that when we see through to the groundswell, to the incoming wave, of life, we see through to a world that is new; and those of us who are social practitioners, most of all, we know that, to see through the prism of our own burnished practice, lightly, is to hold a candle to the dark, and allow the world to breath once more. Read the full brochure HERE.
Offered in association with the Crossfields Institute
Invites enquiries and applications for
A new international MA Degree in Reflective Social Practice
This programme offers the possibility to understand and work with more attuned,
open and organic approaches to social understanding and practice. To work in ways that are
respectful of the complexity and true nature of the challenges we face in the social field.
We offer a programme that seeks to work with an enlarged picture of
the human being (and the world we inhabit).
Offered by The Proteus ‘School of Reflective Social Practice’
Accredited by the Alanus University
To view detailed brochure, click here