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Two hands, one mind and motivation – workshop with a garden advisor 17.06.16 wstęp bezpłatny, konieczna rejestracja

What is a garden for and how to deal
with the lack of space for plants in your life?
We are going to think about it during the workshop, and later we will make a slightly different flowerpot. Bring
a friend or two with you. You can take you handmade flowerpots home, put them on the balcony, in your workplace, or any place that lacks greenery in your opinion.

Who will conduct the workshop?

Iga Solecka – a garden advisor and landscape architect. My mission is to make gardens that will satisfy not only their owners’ needs, but also their fantasies and whims.
I dream of a situation when the choice is no longer just between options A and B from a gardening catalogue. Do you want to feel good in your garden? Making it possible does not have to be expensive. It is just a question of changing your approach.

When?

On Friday, 17 June, 2016, at 5 PM.

Where?
The courtyard behind Wrocław Contemporary Museum

Admission free

How to find me?
If you want to take part in the workshop, write to me at iga.solecka@gmail.com, or call me on
723 736 146
. You can also find me on www.igasolecka.pl, and on Facebook – as Doradca ogrodowy.

Published on:13.06.16 Share: Facebook, Twitter
Warsztaty odbywają się w ramach projektu "Nieużytki Sztuki" autorstwa Elżbiety Jabłońskiej, który dotyczy prowadzenia ogrodu społecznościowego na terenach przyległych do muzeum. Projekt jest próbą reinterpretacji pojawiających się w polskiej sztuce współczesnej wątków związanych z uprawą (Julita Wójcik, duet Kwiatuchi) z ideą zasiewów (Teresa Murak), a także ponownego zdefiniowania zasad partycypacji społecznej w przestrzeni sztuki. The workshop will be held as part of Elżbieta Jabłońska’s project “Wastelands of Art”, which focuses on keeping community gardens in areas adjacent to museums. The project is an attempt at reinterpreting those threads in Polish art that concern cultivation (Julita Wójcik, the Kwiatuchi duo), sowing (Teresa Murak), as well as redefining social participation in the space of art.
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