Angela Shaw – Working with Chalk: Creating art using natural foraged chalk.
Bob Walley – Pop-Up Farms: using unrecyclable materials make a ‘pop-up farm’.
Charlotte Rathbone – Tasting the Place: Engaging all the senses to connect soil and its produce.
Emma Saffy Wilson – Hikaru Dorodango: Try out the traditional and fascinating Japanese pastime of crating a shiny mud ball.
Irene Griffin – Creating Mud Cloth (Bogolafini): Learning the traditional African technique of using mud to print cloth.
Hildegard Kurt – Being Humus: methods to re-enliven ourselves – our ways of perceiving, thinking, acting – in order to re-enliven soils.
Jackie Yeomans – Seed Community: raising awareness of seed patents, mono-cropping, single generation fertility and soil erosion caused by intensive farming.
Janet McEwan / Ann Osman – Gathering Dirt, Falmouth, 2014: Collecting, sharing analysing and mixing our various understandings of soil.
Lucy Mercer – Reactivating Ancient Clay Texts: Making ‘modern Mesopotamian’ clay tablets with composted poems.
Mat Osmond / Tom Scott – Slow Poetry / Composted Thought: Paying attention to the experience of soil through the senses, developing the ‘compost’ in which poetry can take root.
Mathew Robinson – Cob brick making for the Dor Kemmyn Building: An introduction to building with found subsoil.
Naomi Wright – Soil Kitchen: Playing with soil, touch and feel how it is made.
Nicky Scott – Bespoke composting solutions – everything you want to find out about the practise of composting tailored to your needs.
Peter Ward – A Simple Prayer for the Earth: Contribute to a communal artwork that represents our hopes for the future soil.
Peter Ward – Painting with Earth: Learn about earth pigments and experiment with them to make a painting.
Tom Ingate – Straw Shed & Strawberries: Learn how to construct a simple cob building.
Verena van den Berg – Gentle morning yoga: Inhabiting space between up (skywards) and down (earthwards); experiencing our body in relation to gravity/earth.