Attend this FREE Workshop with
Bountiful Cities Community Garden Network and Kudzu Culture
How to make Kuzu (Kudzu Root Starch)
Saturday February 10th
Parking available at Stevens Lee Community Center
Please dress warmly, as the majority of the workshop will be outside, weather permitting.
Please bring hand pruners if you have them.
Inside space and restrooms will be accessible.
Lauren “LB” Bacchus is our instructor for this workshop. LB is an experimental fiber artist whose sculptural work is made from abundant, often invasive, plant material. LB is passionate about learning from traditional craft, and sharing research and processes with others. She has taught eco-art workshops for children and adults at a variety of schools in Western North Carolina including UNCA, Roots and Wings, Asheville Art Museum, Local Cloth, Organic Growers School, and Penland Kids Camp.
As Executive Director of Kudzu Culture, LB aims to inspire others to learn from people+plant relationships around the world. She believes that with reverence, humility, and understanding we can collaborate with abundant species to address current challenges of the so-called Anthropocene.
Refreshments will be provided for participants.
Please contact Ta'rin'ii [email protected] or Isa Whitaker at [email protected] or 828-747-1868 if you have questions.
This workshop is presented in collaboration with
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