Bountiful Bristol Bulletin


Cultural Growography Course at Feed Bristol Thursday, April 4, 2013 by nadiacatkinhillman

2:00pm until 4:30pm

Cultural Growography at Feed Bristol is 9 week course of learning about plants through observation, drawing, playing, story-telling, photography, painting, collage, poetry… and much more! As we go through the course we’ll be creating interesting and educational displays about the plants at the Feed Bristol site, in preparation for Feed Bristol’s participation in the Get Growing Trail on 8-9 June.

No artistic experience required – only a sense of fun.

The course will take place EVERY Thursday in April and May 2013 @ Feed Bristol

This is a FREE course but places are limited so book now!

We’ll be learning about botany (the study of plants), perusing the cultural and historical significance of plants at Feed Bristol, and sharing inspiration from both the plant and human world. We’ll be using observation (one of permaculture’s favourite learning techniques, but all too often under-used), and we’ll also be learning about ourselves, each other, and what the plants mean to us.

Priority is given to volunteers already involved with Feed Bristol.
To book your FREE place on the course, please email
eating.our.gardens@gmail.com giving your name, email address and telephone number.

Cultural Growography @ Feed Bristol will be hosted and facilitated by
Bristol-based artist and gardener Eirlys Rhiannon – and friends!

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Is growfun still going?
If so when can people join in?
posted Oct 2013

Comment by James




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