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Regenerative Conversations

Regenerative Conversations:
Panel Discussion & Exhibition Tour
2 - 4.30pm Saturday 11th May 2024
Free and All Welcome

Join us for a special panel session programmed as part of our exhibition Sophie Gerrard - Cultivating Equality, on show in Trongate 103 until the 30th June.

This is a chance to hear uplifting stories first hand from those quietly revolutionising our food systems. We Feed The UK is a national campaign pairing photographers and poets with Britain’s best custodians of soil, sea and seed. These radical collaborations are raising awareness of food production’s potential to positively impact climate, biodiversity and social justice. Scotland’s Lauriston Farm and Grampian Graziers gift us tangible blueprints in urban and rural landscapes, photographed by Sophie Gerrard . The time is ripe to celebrate their efforts, in support of the grassroots revolution. Join us.

2 – 3pm Panel Discussion

Featuring Nikki Yoxall from Grampian Graziers, Lisa Houston from Lauriston Farm, Sinéad Fortune, Scotland Coordinator for the Seed Sovereignty Programme, and photographer Sophie Gerrard, whose exhibition ‘Cultivating Equality’ is on show in Trongate 103. Chaired by Katie Revell , co-producer of Farmerama Radio.

3 - 3.30pm Sophie Gerrard Exhibition Tour

Acclaimed photographer Sophie Gerrard walks us through her exhibition in Trongate 103 featuring Grampian Graziers and Lauriston Farm, on until 31 May. Also an opportunity to see and hear the poem ‘Seed Kist’ on video by Iona Lee, alongside Coulson & Tennant’s profile of Cranhill Community Gardens in ‘Grow to Eat’.

Images: © Sophie Gerrard

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