Solution Culture: Hydroponics For Creative Practice

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Solution Culture: Hydroponics For Creative Practice
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Emerging artist and environmental steward Paul Chartrand will lead participants through an introductory course to hydroponics and creating customized soil-less gardening systems for artistic and expressive applications. Using recycled materials, each participant will be guided through the construction of a simple mechanism that can both aerate and pump water to plants. Participants will also be introduced to essential supplies and local suppliers for building on knowledge acquired in the workshop and completing a hydroponic system on a larger scale. Paul will also present some of his past projects, and discuss best practices for implementing soil-less gardening technologies in the context of sculpture, installation and community art projects. Each student will leave with a small functioning hydroponic system containing a spider plant. Register here: http://interaccess.org/workshop/2017/apr/solution-culture-hydroponics-creative-practice

This workshop is hosted in partnership with Subtle Technologies, an organization providing a platform for community-building and knowledge-sharing at the intersection of art, science and technology. The 2017 Subtle Technologies festival, Food, Farms, and Future Ecologies, runs at multiple venues, including InterAccess, from May 10-June 25.

Registration Fee:

$60 Regular Price

$45 With Annual Studio Access Pass/Workshop Discount Pass (see below)/Arts Worker Discount

$30 With Student/Senior Discount

Materials Fee: $30
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By: InterAccess