Come out this Thursday April 28th at beautiful Washington Hall and support CAGJ on a panel discussion on the intersections of creativity and change!
Thursday April 28 7:00 PM
Washington Hall 153 – 14th Ave tickets: $10/ $7 advance
FEATURING NY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR NOVELLA CARPENTER (FARM CITY)
with musical guest okanomodé
Rev. Robert Jeffrey (Clean Greens)
Eddie Hill (GroundUp)
Maria Elena Rodriguez (Community Alliance for Global Justice)
Erick Haackenson (Jubilee Farm)
Rosy Smit (21 Acres)
Sean Conroe (Alleycat Acres)
The event is the second in a series presenting information and inspiration about food and food production. This program, on Urban Farming, will feature author and farmer Novella Carpenter, along with topical performance by okanomodé (a.k.a. SoulChilde BlueSun). Following Novella’s reading and okanomodé’s performance will be a group discussion on Urban Farming, Food Justice, and the intersection of creativity and change, led by Eddie Hill of GroundUp, Seattle Tilth, and Creatives 4 Community. The event will also include an “Urban Ag Bazaar” (with various organizations including Seattle Tilth’s Garden Hotline, the Central Co-op, Seattle Urban Farm Co-op, Jefferson Park Food Forest, and others) and beer, wine, and healthy treats for sale.
PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT ALLEYCAT ACRES
More information: http://www.essentialarts.org/artagriculture-2/