Virtual Speaker Series- June 29 - Tony Malone

Virtual Speaker Series- June 29 - Tony Malone
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Virtual Speaker Series- June 29th - Tony Malone

Dr. Tony Malone BA(Hons), BSc, MA, Phd studied art at KIAD, now the University College of Art graduating in Visual Communications. He then went on to study Buddhist Philosophy in Vajrayana Buddhism with monasteries in Nepal & India where he developed his understanding of Tea Blending & Tea Cultures. 

A professional visual artist for over 25 years his watercolour work, with an emphasis on sea and landscapes, has been exhibited internationally, often overlapping with his passion for human rights leading to exciting and awareness raising of contemporary subjects using art forms to as part training tool and part activism.

He has exhibited internationally and has a fantastic following for his creative works, which together with visual arts include award winning product designs, bestselling non-fiction titles on design, Colour Theory and Human Rights, and various collections of children's stories based on folklore.

Internationally he volunteers as a member of the World Scouting, Equality, Diversity and Human Rights lead team working on delivering policy, consultancy and programming activities for the 55 Million Scouts around the world all working together to create a better world. While in the UK he is a volunteer at local and national levels of UK Scouting as well as being a trustee of various classic ship trusts and a volunteer for disabled people’s arts organizations.

After 20 years as human rights campaigners he is respected as an international expert in Equality, Diversity and Human Rights. He attributes his unique approach for motivating and discussing rights to people as a desire to want to bring people together fairly, equally and creatively to form friendships.


New England Base Camp is dedicated to serving families by providing programs and resources that enable and empower communities to work together to raise children of character. Typically, we do this through our interactive Outdoor Education, STEM and civic resources. However, throughout the “Stay at Home” season we have adapted those resources to meet needs of youth and families through virtual programs. One of those programs is our Virtual Speaker Series.

The programs can be used to enhance your child’s extracurricular activities or educational objectives. New England Base Camp is founded on the principals of the BSA curriculum and supports Scouts throughout all our programs. New England Base Camp seeks to build and support a diverse community of people who come from and interact with folks from every community we serve. Every person who participates in New England Base Camp has a right to expect an environment that is welcoming and values the richness of their lives and experience.

Each session is free, but space is limited, so be sure to register online. 

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