Posts Tagged ‘education for sustainable development’

Jun01

Torino, Italia – A Living Library at Parco Arte Vivente: Exploring Through Exhibition, People, Public Talk, Food

A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Garden - Bonnie Ora Sherk's new installation on A Living Library is now open at Parco Arte Vivente (PAV), and will continue through October 21, 2018. As one of the invited international artists in the exhibition, The God-Trick, curated by Marco Scotini, and one of the speakers at the International Conference "Anthropocene, Ecological Crisis and Transformative Potential of Art”, she travelled to Torino, Italia last month. Below are a few images from her stay and travel in the city while enjoying the hospitality, warmth, and love of the people around.

Scene from A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Garden, Bonnie Ora Sherk's installation, with Lucia Ranabaldo at PAV, Torino, Italia

Scene from A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Garden, Bonnie Ora Sherk’s installation, with Lucia Ranabaldo at PAV, Torino, Italia

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May11

A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Garden – Bonnie Ora Sherk’s New Environmental Performance Installation at Parco Arte Vivente, Torino, Italia

A Living Library installation at PAV, Turin

A new installation on A Living Library by Bonnie Ora Sherk is now open at Parco Arte Vivente (PAV) in Torino, Italia and will continue through October 21, 2018 ! Please come and see it ! 

This environmental installation, A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Gardenacknowledges the polar directions, is filled with bird communications, and engages spectators who become participants, while showcasing A Living Library, or A.L.L., in multiple landscape colors.

A.L.L. is a planetary genre of place-based, ecological, community transformations with systemically integrated, hands-on learning by doing for all ages, meant to be developed throughout the world, interconnected through Green-Powered Digital Gateways.  

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Apr25

Bonnie Ora Sherk & A Living Library Traveling To Parco Arte Vivente In Turin, Italia

Parco Arte ViventePlease join Bonnie Ora Sherk at Parco Arte Vivente in Turin, Italia for the Opening on May 4, 2018 of A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Garden, curated by Marco Scotini as part of the Exhibition, Trucco di Dio - The God Trick that is also celebrating PAV’s Ten Year Anniversary. 

This Group Exhibition will open in parallel with an important International Conference on the Anthropocene, Climate Change and Related Ecological Issues which begins in the afternoon of May 4 through Saturday, May 5 ending with Bonnie Ora's Public Talk on A Living Library at 6 pm. 

On May 7, 2018, she will be giving another Public Talk on A Living Library at 8 pm at Kulturfolger, Zurich. 

Apr25

Spring Is Here & So Is Planting With A Living Library

Spring Plating at Denman Rear YardIn the Rear Yard of James Denman Middle School, it was a busy Tuesday on April 03, 2018, after the students' Spring Break. Bonnie Ora Sherk, along with A.L.L. Teachers Susan Meyer, Erika Garcia, Laurus Myth, and Jennifer Brandel were working with Denman students during the school day and after school helping them plant California Native Trees and Understory Plants around the new Redwood Circle. Delivered from Pacific Nurseries, these California Natives were planted as a part of the planting plan developed by Bonnie Ora, to create a new Outdoor Classroom, adding to the other newly established California Native Learning Zones that are transforming the otherwise barren, asphalt and concrete school yard into a vibrant series of gardens of colors, textures and new life. Continue reading “Spring Is Here & So Is Planting With A Living Library” »

Mar20

A Living Library Celebrates Spring Equinox 2018 With Redwood Circle Planting In Rear Yard of James Denman Middle School

James Denman Middle School Rear Yard

Today is the first day of Spring 2018 and it is the time to plant again ! A Living Library and a group of enthusiastic students from James Denman Middle School will be planting in Redwood Circle in the Rear Yard of James Denman Middle School to transform it into vibrant California Native Learning Zones, on the following days:

  • March 20, 2018, Tuesday
  • March 22, 2018, Thursday
  • March 23, 2018, Friday
 

There will be young ECO - Stewards at work in a garden full of activities - California Native tress and understory plants of many colors and textures to plant, stake, tie, mulch, weeding of existing beds, and clearing pathways. Stay tuned to receive information about upcoming planting sessions at A Living Library Gardens in this Spring !

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