Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
1/12/12 – 31/1/13
“Imagine a world where we are all connected with nature – all species cohabitating in harmony, giving space to each other and allowing for the survival and thriving of each and one another.”
- Diego Bonetto
Artist, naturalist and forager, Diego Bonetto presents Wild Stories, an exhibition and public program about community [...]
It’s nearly Autumn, or like, what you would call Autumn. Sure enough the olives are turning green, juicy and readying themselves.
You’re talking about the wild ones, the ones no one collect or brag about.
Still, they are aplenty, and the wildlife enjoys them too.
If anyone would want to wait that the fruits got to be black, sweet [...]
Patrick Jones is an artist, permaculturalist and dad from Melbourne.
At the moment busy with the setting up of a food forest as part of the incoming show at the MCA, In the Balance, check out the progress here and some more of his writings here.
Here you would like to share an article by him about foraging [...]
You have been walking around, and traveling the world lately, so that you could compare the spontaneous vegetation in different parts of the globe..no not that many, but a few.
You came across this Bidens pilosa on The Domain, Sydney, and posted it on you flickr page.
While doing a bit of research in trying to answer a [...]
Working in Venice at the moment, assisting Cordeiro+Healy in their contribution to the Biennale.
In the occasional spare time you go around looking for ancient trees and secret gardens.
In the mean time this article was suggested by Lucas:
Becoming native to this large place
All around the countryside, growers of various nationalities have been working hard. Turkish, Italian, Somalian, [...]
You’ve been sent this article from the New York Times of 1910.
It’s a peculiar offer, yet, you liked the story of an amateur ornithologist of the turn of the last century, who by observation alone, presented the Thayer Theory.
After 25 years of research grounded on “description rather then observation” of Crows, gulls, warbles and swallows, [...]
You are subscribed to many lists and groups with a focus on foraging or plants as medicinal aids and more.
One of this is a MSN Group, Healing Herbs.
In it several contributors share their knowledge while other users ask questions.
You have been reading lots of fantastic postings from Julia in this group, one of the most prolific [...]