Don't miss this fascinating in-person panel discussion exploring themes of art, nature and spirituality through the lenses of Druidry and the divine feminine. 

This in-person panel, chaired by Rachel Thomas, Chief Curator at London's Hayward Gallery, will be attended by Philip Carr-Gomm, writer, psychologist, former Chosen Chief of The Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, and Clare Ormerod, artist, whose exhibition 'Seeing Beyond the Veil' is showing at the College until 30 July 2024.

They will be discussing the universal themes of art, nature and spirituality, and the magical way in which they are interlinked and all-pervasive, from the divine feminine to the cornerstones of Druidic belief and practice.

This special in-person event at the College is a rare opportunity to hear from a very diverse panel with unique perspectives and experience. It will be interesting and informative in equal measure - not to be missed!


Following this panel discussion:

Enjoy the exhibition:

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This talk is taking place in-person at our college in London

You can find the address and travel directions on our contact page - we'll also include all the information in your enrolment email.

About the Presenters

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Clare Ormerod

British artist Clare Ormerod studied in London & Newcastle and now lives in rural Ireland, drawing inspiration from the natural world and the druidic and New Age practices of her chosen home.
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Rachel Thomas

Rachel Thomas is Chief Curator of the Hayward Gallery at London's Southbank Centre, and has curated large-scale exhibitions across the globe on themes such as spirituality and climate change.
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Philip Carr-Gomm

Leader of the Order of Bards Ovates & Druids for more than three decades, Philip Carr-Gomm is a writer and psychologist whose Druidry training is available in six languages.
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