Come and share the beauty and community spirit of a very special public garden. This winter fireside party for the whole family includes acoustic music, storytelling, a talk on Peak Soil and Permaculture by sustainable gardening expert Charlotte Synge, and the unveiling of a new shed mural by artist Rebecca Lindum Greene.
Pivotal has teamed up with revolutionary art collective Rebel Arts and poetry publisher Allographic for the Mill Road Winter Fair. We'll be staging a family friendly street theatre project, as well as takeaway poetry. Pivotal organisers will be available to talk about the project and share what we've learned about the coming tide of global change.
Watch out for the Pivotal logo on our banners and stop by to say hello.
This is your chance to connect with the Pivotal community in a relaxed conversation about the change agenda.
Artist, 'zine publisher and owner of Alan's Art Kiosk at Cambridge Market, Alan Rogerson will be in attendance with his Telling Tales pop up studio, inviting participants to publish their own illustrated 'zines based on the conversation or any topic you're interested in.
Free event, everyone welcome.
We've partnered with Collaborating Cambridge for this exhibition by local artists inspired by change. Artists include Manuela Hubner, Rebecca Lindum Greene, Jill Eastland, Yasmin Gyford, Alan Rogerson, Debbie Hayden, Sa'adi Aah, and Emmanuel Martin.