Saturday 15th – Tuesday 25th June 2013
The Parlour Showrooms, 31 College Green, Bristol BS1 5TB
Free, daily from 10am – 5pm
What did you eat yesterday? What will you eat tomorrow? Foodscapes invites you to explore an altered edible landscape that reveals and remixes the everyday realities and rituals of a food poverty charity, greenhouse, bakehouse and kitchen table.
A relay of bread making; new photography exhibition; growing and cooking workshops; discover what Bristol ate yesterday…
FRIDAY 21st JUNE, 6-9pm
Summer Solstice Salon, hosted by artist Paul Hurley. An evening of poetry and performance, baking and breaking bread, and planting out summer seedlings.
Free, but places limited so RSVP to email@example.com
Tell us what you’ve eaten today by tweeting #foodscapeskw or texting FOODSCAPES and your answer to 07786 205 227
Foodscapes has grown from a collaboration between artist Paul Hurley, Knowle West Media Centre, academic researchers and community partners (a food poverty charity, a growers collective and bread bakers).
Together we’re investigating social and economic exclusion, food poverty, sustainability and how alternative food systems might engage with these issues.
Project Partners: The Matthew Tree Project, University of Southampton, University of the West of England, The James Hutton Institute, Arts & Humanities Research Council, Connected Communities, Bristol City Council, Arts Council England