Grow Me a Colour
Summer 2018 – Spring 2019
This summer we are launching ‘Grow Me a Colour’, a long-term programme that will see the development of a dye and pigment garden at Primary.
Through this project we will be working with Primary resident artists and local communities to design, build, grow and process plants and learn new skills together.
There will be regular gardening sessions during the summer, autumn and spring – an opportunity to develop the garden, learn about urban growing, and take plants home. Across the seasons, there will be a series of workshops to explore how to work with plants through different creative processes, from preparing and dyeing wool and fabrics, to print-making, environmental recording, and sharing stories of plant cultures.
Join us for our family Activity Day on 11 August, where we’ll be launching the project and sharing more information on how to get involved.
Regular gardening sessions and workshops to be announced soon.
This programme is kindly supported by Awards for All.