Garden as Studio is a series of occasional events at Ponderosa, which offer a platform for explorations of the garden, the land, and the ecologies of Ponderosa as a space for artistic practices, facilitated by Shelley Etkin. Its aim is to be a multiple and ever-morphing occurrence, providing a space for learning and experimentation by continually opening up questions.
And the next Garden as Studio is on the way! Yep, Garden as Studio: DIG is going to be happening at Ponderosa from March 30. to April 1., 2018, and the early-bird deadline – March 9. – is coming up fast.
We talked to Shelley Etkin (in glorious skype-o-vision), about Garden as Studio: DIG. She gave us a quick overview of some of the motivating ideas behind this iteration of the series. Take a look...
If you’re curious about participating in Garden as Studio: DIG, there are event pages on both Facebook and Tanznetz, and the registration form is right here.
There’s also a page, here, for the whole Garden as Studio series, with more on the past events and the surrounding context of these events.
And the talk that we had with Shelley was accompanied by a collection of forecasts, fragments, and scores for Garden as Studio: DIG:
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