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St John's Community Garden: An Interview With Ruth Mollison

St John’s Community Garden: An Interview With Ruth Mollison

By: Alexandra Crosby Dec 05 '17 Date: December 5, 2017 Comments: 0

  I was recently in Hobart with a team from Frontyard for the Hobiennale. Hosted by Kickstart Arts, we spent four days making a book based on conversations emerging from our online image archive. We also did our best to get to know the site, St John’s Park. Across the road from our makeshift publishing […]

The Cooks River with Clare and Sally

The Cooks River with Clare and Sally

By: Alexandra Crosby Nov 27 '17 Date: November 27, 2017 Comments: 0

I don’t often get boating invitations. This week, when Clare Britton asked my to climb aboard the newly renovated ‘Sally’ at the Tempe Pier, I didn’t hesitate. As part of her research project A Week on the Cooks River, Clare is spending time observing, describing, rowing the Cooks. AC: So can you tell me what […]

Brooklyn Grange

By: Alexandra Crosby Nov 23 '17 Date: November 23, 2017 Comments: 0

America is full of superlatives. I’m usually not seduced. But the biggest rooftop garden in the world got my attention.     As a working farm, Brooklyn Grange is only open to visitors once a week, on Wednesdays (if you visit NYC keep this in mind) when they offer a guided tour. So, with my mother […]

Seed Swap

Seed Swap

By: Alexandra Crosby Nov 09 '17 Date: November 9, 2017 Comments: 0

WHERE: Michael Maher Room, Haberfield Library
WHEN: December 1, 2017 2pm-4pm
WHAT: A seed swap is an event where gardeners meet to exchange seeds. Refreshments will be provided. WHO: Everyone who gardens. You don’t need to be an expert, you just need to be open to sharing.
BRING: Seeds to exchange or give away.

Charlotte Haywood

‘Green Asylum’ Charlotte Haywood

By: Alexandra Crosby Aug 25 '17 Date: August 25, 2017 Comments: 0

This work is part of an emergent artistic practice that leverages botanical knowledge to make political statements.

Ingold and Solnit

By: Alexandra Crosby Aug 12 '17 Date: August 12, 2017 Comments: 0

This week Mapping Edges co-facilitated the Composting Feminism reading group with Abby Mellick Lopes. We read Tim Ingold’s 2004 essay ‘Culture on the Ground: The World Perceived Through the Feet’ and ‘Rising and Falling: The Theorists of Bipedalism’, one of the essays from Rebecca Solnit’s 2001 book Wanderlust: A History of Walking. Rereading Wanderlust for the reading group was […]

Dr. Ilaria Vanni Accarigi

Associate Professor of International Studies

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology Sydney

E: Ilaria.Vanni@uts.edu.au
P: +61 2 9514 7428
ORCID: 0000-0003-2795-8465

Dr. Alexandra Crosby

Lecturer, School of Design Course Director, Interdisciplinary Design, School of Design

BA (UTS) International Studies,
B. Design, PhD (International Studies)

E: Alexandra.Crosby@uts.edu.au
P: +61 2 9514 8016
ORCID: 0000-0001-8959-7971

Dr. Ilaria Vanni Accarigi

Senior Lecturer, International Studies Program Core Member, CCS - Cosmopolitan Civil Societies

BA (Hons) (UNISI), MA (UNISI), PhD (UNSW)

E: Ilaria.Vanni@uts.edu.au
P: +61 2 9514 7428
ORCID: 0000-0003-2795-8465

Dr. Alexandra Crosby

Lecturer, School of Design Course Director, Interdisciplinary Design, School of Design

BA (UTS) International Studies,
B. Design, PhD (International Studies)

E: Alexandra.Crosby@uts.edu.au
P: +61 2 9514 8016
ORCID: 0000-0001-8959-7971

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