Group born out of the 1st AoH Training in Bregenz investigating deeper into questions of harvesting... but open for all material related to harvesting! / Gruppe, die sich aus dem Bregenzer AoH ergeben hat und die sich intensiver mit der Frage des Hostings auseinandersetzt ...See More
Here we can share what are the essentials for running, founding, nurturing a physical or mobile place, where people gather in authenticity, refine their listening culture in order to contribute to a collective conversation. See More
This is the place to share the juicy questions that hit the sweet spot. You want to ask them again. You want to share them globally. We want to explore them with you. Feel free to contribute to the juiciness of our inquiry here!See More
Developing and connecting AoH/Participatory Leadership Communities of Practice in a translocal learning community. Exploring CoP questions, co-learning, sharing stories and protypes and supporting each other’s work. You will also find links to other sites and online groups, as far as we know about them!See More
A place to share ideas, experiences & experiments in combining the creative arts with AoH. How can we use the arts with participatory processes to give greater access to the full range of human meaning & expression?See More
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How did you learn about Art of Hosting (please add the date and place) and what attracted you to it?
My first exposure of AoH was during Waterlutions WIL Canada in September 2018. For 3 days, I experienced Chris Corrigan & Dawn Fleming's approach to carefully building a space for 30+ people that was grounding and encouraging to let down our barriers that prevent us from truly connecting with others. I had never seen or felt a space like it before, and I am interested in learning how to build those spaces for myself and others.
Tell us about your experience with Art of Hosting as part of your life and work. What would you say your competence in it is? (new, starting practitioner, experienced practitioner, steward)
Starting practitioner, with a keen curiosity to learn and practice hosting spaces.
What is the primary field/topic/focus in your hosting work?
The primary field of focus for my hosting work is on anthropogenic influences on water and the natural environment. I have been trained as a hydrogeologist and engineer. Over the last year, I have become aware to the limitations of our engagement with other disciplines. I am curious about approaches to enhancing dialogue within these highly technical spaces to enhance problem definition and establish solutions.
Where do you live/work?
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Hello, Logan, and welcome to the Art of Hosting community! Glad to see you here. Yes, so important in serving whatever purpose to cross disciplines to bring in a systemic view, analysis, approach. Great work! Post a photo when you can so we can really "see" you here. Then join in with all the conversations. You'll find plenty of resources here, too, to help you deepen your practice. And the more you add to your profile, the more the community can learn from you and share with you. We hope you will find value in exchanging in this virtual community!