From a city grows a garden.
Calling all kids aged 5–12 and your families! Join us in the Goods Shed garden to build an extraordinary cardboard city full of imaginative creations in all shapes and sizes with native seeds imbedded in the material. Once the sculpture is finished at the end of the festival, it will be flooded with water, and from there a native garden will grow.
Responding creatively to the current climate crisis and imagining solutions only children could ever dream of, you’ll see floating farms, solar panel hats and giant chickens included.
Led by a diverse mix of facilitators, including a renowned cardboard sculptor, an Indigenous gardener, a children’s performer, an Environments academic and a community art facilitator, you’re sure to leave thinking about our future in new and imaginative ways.
Lead Artist: Tim Sneddon
Research and Development: Benjamin Hooper
Cardboard Artist: Eliza Jane Gilchrist
Gardener: Ira Baker
Facilitators: Suzanne Kalk and Tim Sneddon
Production Designer: Stuart Vaskess
Sat 20 & Sun 21 March
10.30am & 4pm