MOBIS returns from hibernation


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

Southwark Sunflower Challenge


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

Urban Growing Event at Homebaked

Please join artist Polly Brannan from Avant Gardening (http://avantgardening.org/home/) for an informal discussion about projects she has been involved with around gardening, local environments, play and public spaces. Polly will be joined by Weston Hammond, artist in residence at Anfield Primary School who will talk about the gardening project he and his students have been working on.

This event is part of a series of talks organized in collaboration with Liverpool Biennial and will form a basis for ideas and discussion around a Homebaked growing project with local residents.

There will be plenty of room for discussion and sharing of knowledge.

We will offer freshly baked Pizza. If you grow your own food, bring some vegetables for toppings!

Tuesday, July 16, 6-8pm!

 

Topics: [community engagement] [community garden] [Liverpool Biennial]

Nightingale Nature TV

Dr Rosie Apple in the garden
Dr Rosie Apple in the garden

This short film made over a couple of afternoons in late summer captures some of the fun the young people of Nightingale Estate in Woolwich had creating activities in the community garden http://youtu.be/iMYKkdtzMTU

Topics: [children and young people] [community engagement] [community garden] [Woolwich]

Nightingale Spring Party


Once again Avant-Gardening will be joining our friends on the Nightingale estate in Woolwich for the Nightingale Spring Party. Come along and enjoy the free family workshops and have a look at how the community garden is growing. We will also be unveiling the new banner created through workshops with the local children.  Wednesday 1 June, 1pm - 4pm at Welcare in Greenwich, Nightingale Vale, SE18

Topics: [art workshops] [community garden] [Nightingale Estate]

artwork by polly brannan
website by the useful arts organisation