We Are Still Planting Seeds, Fiona Caley
We Are Still Planting Seeds is part of a series of activities made by local artists and commissioned by Absolutely Cultured in response to an open call out.
Imagine you are sat in a garden area in the centre of Hull by the river. Raised beds are nearby, there is a café serving freshly prepared food, a shop selling good local vegetables, produce and fresh herbs, a pizza oven and bakery and polytunnels. In front of you is a bright red art studio and in the centre of the site is an installation made from recycled materials. If you can imagine this, then you are very nearly there. Where are we? Where is this?
Rooted in Hull is an innovative growing and outreach project next to the riverside with the Red Container art space, home of the photographer and artist Fiona Caley, who has constructed the installation and created the artwork.
“I am really excited to be part of this event, this past year has been full of change for so many of us. Come and see how we have found constructive ways to cope, as the project title says we are still planting seeds, I might add, of hope.” – Fiona Caley
With an opportunity to buy local artists’ paper crafts, including cards and books, We Are Still Planting Seeds is an experimental piece of artwork created and inspired by the past year.
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Nearest toilet is available on site (and it’s a compost loo!).
Creative Hull will be taking place under the current government guidelines. Hand sanitiser will be available at each event, and if the event is indoors, you must wear a mask unless you’re exempt or under the age of eleven. If you are exempt, please let a member of our team know.
Social distancing will be in place, and we will manage the capacity of each venue on an individual basis. We ask that you visit us with your household or your support bubble.
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Friday 16 – Sunday 18 July
10am – 3pm
Rooted in Hull, City Centre, St Peters St, HU9 1AA
No booking required