| May 28 | 14:00 – 16:30 |
The Swedish pine tree serves the urban animals in more ways than you might imagine. Is there a way for us human beings to give back more than we take?
This workshop hosted by Louan Wang will explore our tall neighbours through the art of kokedama!
A kokedama, or poor man’s bonsai as it is also known, is a Japanese plant tradition. In short, it is a plant whose roots grow in a ball of moss and soil. Kokedama is a representation of the concept of wabi-sabi or an appreciation of the imperfections of nature. Its characteristics include simplicity, mindfulness, warmth, disorder, naturalness and observation.
There are a limited number of spots for this workshop, if you’d like to participate, sign up at the link below: