This workshop, led by June Boyce-Tillman will explore the significance of this female medieval visionary by means of story-telling, music, discussion and meditation. It will cover areas such as the visionary experience, the motherhood of God, the nature of loving and her radical understanding of the place of sin in the cosmic scheme.
June Boyce-Tillman has written widely on Julian. She is professor of applied music at the University of Winchester, a renowned composer, academic and an Anglican priest. She is involved in a variety of artistic community building activities and has spoken widely, internationally on the medieval mystics.
Tickets £10 standard, £7 concessions, available on the door.