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Gardening the Mind

A season of online events | November 2020 – March 2021

This new season of events focuses on mental health, and has been conceived through the metaphor of the mind as a garden that we all need to collectively and continuously tend to.

The following events will take place online. Tickets are free, but booking is essential to reserve your space. Find out more below.

Sowing Seeds: Study Sessions
Session 1: Verity Birt (Wed 9 Dec 2020)
Session 2: Sean Roy Parker (Thu 10 Dec 2020)
Session 3: Clémentine Bedos (Fri 11 Dec 2020)
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Sounds from Xingu: Indigenous Ethnographers in Brazil
Listening session (Wed 13 Jan 2021)
Find out more & watch online

The Habits of Weeds
A three-part event including a new intervention by artist Uriel Orlow
Wednesday 3 February 18.30 FREE
Find out more & watch online

Making Food for and with Each Other
Online event exploring localised food initiatives with artist Kathrin Böhm.
Saturday 13 March 13.30 FREE
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We want our events to be inclusive and accessible for everyone. Live transcription will be available during each of our online events. We’d be happy to arrange a BSL translator too. You can let us know about any accessibility requirements you have when you book your ticket.