Workshops

Land Art on the beach

From 2019 to 2020, I worked with Sorgenfriskolan in Malmö. The project was funded by the Swedish Arts Council as part of a programmed called Skapande skola (Creative Schools). I ran workshops with the infant and lower-primary school pupils where they created Land Art. Our autumn workshops in 2020 were on the beach, at Ribersborg […]

Land art in the forest

From 2019 to 2020, I worked with Sorgenfriskolan in Malmö. The project was funded by the Swedish Arts Council as part of a programmed called Skapande skola (Creative Schools). I ran workshops with the infant and lower-primary school pupils where they created Land Art. Our autumn workshops in 2019 were in the Torup Beech Woods. […]

Mini-beasts galore

2019 During March 2019 I worked at Fulltofta Country Park in Southern Sweden, creating land art with many children aged 6-8. I also sanded, prepared and hand-painted a sign for every single school that took part in the project. A fun time, with lots of creepy-crawlies, children building homes for bugs and other critters and […]

Land art – a walk in the degrowth park

I held three land art workshops during the 6th International Degrowth Conference for ecological sustainability and social equity that took place in Folkets park, Malmö, 21-25 August 2018. The participants created works in different locations in park, on backgrounds like pavements, sand and grass. They used colour, constrast, shape, space and in two pieces, even […]

Gerillaslöjd Malmö – Malmö craftivists

In April 2018, I set up the group Gerillaslöjd Malmö / Malmö Craftivists and we began embroidering, knitting, crocheting and crafting together. Our first large project was an exhibition for the 6th International Degrowth Conference for ecological sustainability and social equity that took place in Folkets park, Malmö, 21-25 August 2018. We thought about a […]

A stroll in the degrowth park

Degrowth conference held at the Pufendorf Institute at Lund University, Sweden on 12 May 2016. One activity was getting to know the Botanic Gardens, each other and creating land art together. Some of the participants integrated sunlight, shadow and time into their land art.