Workshop: Wild stories: the heroes and villain in our gardens
SYDNEY // JULY 2018
A 4A workshop at the Chinese Garden of Friendship with Diego Bonetto
This hands-on learning experience led by food adventurer Diego Bonetto invites children to go on adventure through the Garden’s plants and stories, Explore the gardens and learn about the history of these special plants before creating a crafty story using vegetables and plants. This workshop is presented by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in partnership with the Chinese Garden of Friendship for the July 2018 school holidays program.
For participants aged between 5-10 years, accompanied by a responsible adult. All materials provided.
Wild stories: the heroes and villains in our gardens is produced by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in partnership Diego Bonetto and the Chinese Garden of Friendship for the July 2018 school holidays program.
Diego Bonetto is a wild food advocate based in Sydney, most famous for his offering of urban foraging workshops. Building on the knowledge acquired while growing up on a farm in Italy, Diego introduces people to the ever-present food and medicine plants that surround us. He collaborates extensively with chefs, herbalists, environmentalists and cultural workers promoting new understanding of what the environment has to offer. He works to enable convivial conversations around belonging, sustainability and agency. In other words he offers an alternative for people to re-engage with their neighbourhoods, streets and footpaths through edible adventures.