In Conversation with Dr. Sheree Mack, Creatrix and Trailblazer


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Join us for an evening with storyteller, Dr. Sheree Mack, who will share the fascinating story of her re-connection with the natural world

Essential Information

Date: Thursday 26 September, 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm

Location: Clore Suite, Ground Floor, Great North Museum: Hancock.*

* Please access the museum via the side entrance on Claremont Road.

Event cost: £8 NHSN Members, £10 Non-Members

About the Event

Join us at GNM: Hancock for an evening with storyteller, creative and poet, Sheree Mack.

After a traumatic period in her life, Sheree went to the seas to heal. Through her (re) connection with nature, Sheree fell in love with nature and as we are one, Sheree fell in love with herself. Now she shares this love of nature with others offering opportunities in nature to heal, connect and ultimately protect Mother Earth. Join us in conversation with Sheree talking about her (re)connection with nature and how it shows up within her creative practice and being.

Sheree’s talk will be followed by a discussion with the audience where there will be an opportunity to ask questions. Light refreshments will be available throughout.

About the Speaker

Dr. Sheree Mack, Creatrix : she who makes, with a practice which manifests through poetry, storytelling, image and the unfolding histories of Black people. Sheree engages audiences around Black women’s voices and bodies, Black feminism, ecology and memory, nature connection, grief and healing. As creative director of Earth Sea Love CIC, Sheree facilitates national and international creative workshops and retreats in the landscape, encouraging and supporting people of the global majority on their journey of remembrance back to their bodies and authentic selves.