Chill Out Summer


Hotter than July: summer activities from MOBIS


Second MOBIS unit coming to Foxhill


MOBIS returns from hibernation


Topics: [Bath] [community engagement] [community garden] [family activities] [MOBIS] [Somerset]

MOBIS


Southwark Sunflower Challenge


Topics: [community engagement] [community garden] [Southwark]

Know How at The Edge


Know How is an exhibition showcasing the wealth of skills and knowledge held by local residents and within Bath University.  This ‘live’ exhibition unfolds as five weeks of talks, demonstrations, discovery days, workshops and practical sessions for those interested in learning new skills or knowing more about the world around them.

https://www.icia.org.uk/whats-on/special-events/know-how/

Avant Gardening will be showcasing their new project, MOBIS, as part of the exhibition from 10th October.

On Thursday 20th October join us for a special informal chat and design workshop based on MOBIS and share your ideas on How To Make A Mobile Allotment. The workshop is free but space is limited so we suggest booking in advance https://www.icia.org.uk/whats-on/talks/make-mobile-allotment/

 

Fun Palaces for Nature

Join the Avant-Gardeners using recycled materials to make habitats for our urban wildlife and explore ways of making our homes and gardens more wildlife friendly.       

Bring your plastic bottles and transform them into bird feeders or bug hotels. 

Make your own biodegradable wild flower gnomes

Explore and invent with the Avant-Gardeners.

Sunday 2nd October, 11am - 3pm,

Hounslow High Street 

Topics: [community engagement] [gardening]

MOBIS


MOBIS is the newest collaboration between Lisa Cheung, Sammy Delgado Escobar of Konvertible and Avant-Gardening. Once again we will be exploring fun and creative ways to work with a community to find ways of improving the public realm through creative interventions.

Follow the new blog http://www.greenfoxhill.com to keep up to date with the project.

Topics: [Bath] [community engagement] [green spaces] [mobile allotment]

Why gardening is political

artwork by polly brannan
website by the useful arts organisation