Climavore Picnic with Cooking Sections

Climavore: On Tidal Zones 2017–ongoing installation view, Isle of Skye. Courtesy: the artists; Photograph: Colin Hattersley

  • Teats Hill Park Amphitheatre, Plymouth, PL4 0LY

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Participants are welcomed to a community picnic hosted by artist duo Cooking Sections. The event will involve a discussion on the benefits of regenerative farming and the history of the Tamar Valley as an important site of historic food production.
CLIMAVORE is a new form of eating that responds to human alterations to the planet’s climate. Following its principles, this picnic invites guests to taste the delicious treats that riverbanks and saltmarshes have to offer.
This event is part of British Art Show 9 in partnership with Take A Part, Hayward Gallery Touring and supported by Arts Council England.
Note: This is a free event with lunch provided. Participants are asked to make any food allergies known to a member of the team on arrival.
Date: Saturday 12 November 2022
Time: 11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Meet at Teats Hill Park Amphitheatre, Plymouth, PL4 0LY
Ticket information: Free admission, booking essential
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British Art Show 9

8 October 2022 – 23 December 2022
Held every five years to showcase work of British artists who have made a significant contribution to international contemporary art, the ninth British Art Show (BAS9) returns to Plymouth for a second time.
This four venue, city-wide exhibition, welcomes 37 artists in total, including Abigail Reynolds, Cooking Sections and GAIKA who will show in The Levinsky Gallery. The exhibition will be accompanied by a fascinating programme of films, bite size gallery insights and evening talks.

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