Quaker Animal Songs
1 September 2019, Ulverston
Singer/song-writer Eden Thomas performs troubadour-style in the cafe and conference room during the afternoon
Animals are a crucial resource for humans but how much use are we to them? They sustain and support us in many ways but how much do we sustain them and why, other than for our own interests? How unequal is this apparently symbiotic relationship? These songs attempt to explore what animals and humans freely give each other, what we choose to take from each other and, among all that, where love and caring still exist. Some of the songs are touching, some funny and some, well, even a little bit uncomfortable.
This event is part of Swarthmoor Hall's summer art exhibition 'Seeking Routes' (20th July-8th Sept), organised in collaboration with Quaker Arts Network.
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