Sowing Stories Workshop


Sowing Stories: a workshop on communications and storytelling for ethically engaged creativity.
With Kirsten Bradley from Milkwood Permaculture

Cost: $20 Places are limited, so if you’re keen then book straight away!
Date: Saturday March 3, 2018.
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Big Fag Press, Archway 4 Jubilee Park Oval, Chapman Road, Annandale.

Fruit and nibbles will be provided.

About the Workshop:
Are you involved in or thinking about starting up a food co-op, an artist run initiative, a free store, a tool library or an urban agriculture project? Are you working to build a community, a cooperative or a project around the ethical issues and social potentials that drive your curiosity, care and enthusiasm? Then read on!!

On Saturday 3 March Big Fag Press will open its doors for a rare workshop with Kirsten Bradley, co-founder of Milkwood Permaculture. Over the last 11 years Milkwood have shown that it is indeed possible to create ethical, affordable and regenerative food systems from the ground up. While face-to-face teaching is a big part of what they do, they have been able to engage a much larger community because of the compelling way they publicly share their own experiences of risk, experiment and discovery online and through social media.

In this workshop, Kirsten will share how Milkwood approaches communications and storytelling. She will share some of the lessons Milkwood have learnt along the way and engage in a discussion on the implications of marketing ethics-based activity. Participants will have the opportunity to workshop their own ideas and receive expert feedback.

This event represents a collaboration between Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation, Cementa Inc., Big Fag Press and Milkwood Permaculture.

This workshop marks the beginning of KSCA’s latest project, ‘An artist, a farmer and a scientist walk into a bar…’, exploring the differences and commonalities generated by practitioners from distinct disciplines addressing the common theme of land. Read more about it here

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This event has received support from the NSW Government through Create NSW.