14th October 2019 / Alan Moore

This Beautiful Life. How to design and make one. Workshop

This Beautiful Life. How to design and make one Sat, 8 February 2020 | 09:30 – 16:30 GMT Kettle’s Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge. CB3 OAQ Description What would it mean to live a more beautiful life? How might our work be more beautiful? How might we do things differently? Could beauty help us draw upon […]

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7th September 2019 / Alan Moore

Notes on Cooking, Compassion and Buddhism

“With food it is the mindset of sharing that we are really eating” — Jeong Kwan. This year I sat down to watch a Netflix film about cooking. What I did not expect was  a gift. These are my notes from a film about the Buddhist Nun Jeong Kwan. She lives in the Chunjinam Hermitage […]

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14th July 2019 / Alan Moore

The business case for beauty

Article written for Management Today. Your company could be a work of art – and more enduringly profitable as a result, argues designer and author Alan Moore. Is the world a work of art? Nobel Prize winning scientist Frank Wilczek asked that remarkable question because he saw beauty in the fundamental laws of nature, which […]

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17th May 2019 / Alan Moore

An investigation into the relationship between eudaimonia and creativity by Pauliina Valpas

I am fascinated by the connection between creativity, identity and wellbeing. Makers make for a reason. From my own journey, I know that making, and creating is central to who I am. Why? I don’t know exactly. Pauliina’s MSC research into eudaimonia and creativity, made for a fascinating read. Eudaimonia: Greek, means, “human flourishing or […]

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22nd April 2018 / Alan Moore

Everyone has a shingle beach. A story about time and perseverance

On the last 100 metres of the English coast before it falls into the ocean is a garden of unique beauty. It existsin an inhospitable place. It’s a garden that lives on the edge of the world. Nature is at her most ferocious — wind blasting the landscape, beating at the shore with salty fists, roasting everything […]

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13th April 2018 / Alan Moore

A quest for truth is always core to the purpose of a poet. Remembering Seamus Heaney

The poet Seamus Heaney was a master craftsman of the English language. He embodied the other important characteristics of craftsmanship: a granite-like integrity and a deep empathy for the world around him. A quest for truth is always core to the purpose of a poet, to seek that which others do not see and to […]

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