"The duo held harvesting and papermaking workshops and created an ad-hoc distribution center for radical feminist literature, extending the garden’s metaphor to mean the seeding or cultivation of future generations of activist artists and gardeners." --Jenni Sorkin, critic and curator
Compound Yellow: Lucy Flower Self-Reliance Garden and Book Launch
Lucy Flower Self-Reliance Garden
Compound Yellow 244 Lake St. Oak Park, IL 60302
June 2 - August 2018
Garden free and open to the public Gallery hours by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
A thematic garden project for the Self Reliance School honoring education reformer, Lucy Flower. The garden explores feminist theories of women’s labor and considers women’s empowerment and self-reliance towards a more sustainable system and includes easy-to-grow foods, medicinal herbs, plants for pleasure, and seed-saving.
Works featuring Seeds InService’s exhibitions and programs are featured in the Compound Yellow Gallery