Botanist Joan Edwards and floral designer Wendy Hybl Fannin call attention to the beauty of the winter landscape in this discussion and workshop featuring foraged and locally-found botanicals.
In this workshop, farmer Tu Le of 328North Farm in Williamstown, Mass., and Aaron J. Oster of A-oK BBQ in North Adams, Mass., bring mindfulness to the table with a conversation highlighting bold flavors and local ingredients.
This interdisciplinary conversation explores the reciprocal ways we nourish and are nourished by both land and community. Bringing together a range of creative practitioners working at the intersections of artistic practice, land stewardship, education, food studies, and activism, this program touches on topics including food justice, ritual, consumption, care, and the ways sustenance builds connections to place and the beings that inhabit them. This free program will be presented online via Zoom.
Artist Anna Moriarty Lev and art therapist Kaye Shaddock explore making comics as a form of art therapy. This workshop features several short exercises with prompts to inspire you to create comics from your life. Participants are asked to bring paper of choice and a drawing implement (a pen or pencil is perfect).