Ceri Buckmaster supports people to ...
Ceri Buckmaster (also known as Ceridwen Buckmaster and Ceri Buck) is an artist, writer and community facilitator working with museums, galleries, schools, community groups and individuals in the UK and Europe.
Ceri has been running the community environmental project, Invisible Food since 2008, connecting Londoners to nature. Invisible food began as an experiment in creating autonomous zones, or ruptures in everyday experience. Foraging for urban wild food became a practice of
disrupting the walk from A to B, by casting your eyes to the ground for potential food sources. Walking in the city became a treasure hunt and
Ceri has walked and talked with thousands of people over the years.
As a writer Ceri explores how stories can respond to economic, spiritual and environmental crises. Her goal is to nurture into being supportive, aspiring communities through creative practice and non violence. She has published Street Food: Urban foraging and world food (Invisible Press, 2013).
She participated in the Nonviolent communication Leadership program, based in San Francisco Bay Area, California in 2013. She ran the ‘How to nurture your life, even when you’re stressed!’ project for Loughborough Women’s group in Brixton, South London, and developed a mediation project for primary school children in East London.
She undertook a Masters degree in Poetic Practice from Royal Holloway in which she specialised in utilising the visual image as a stimulus for
writing, working in the intersection between the poetry and visual arts.