Guerrilla Gardening Talk & Walk, part of Three Models of Change organised by University of Birmingham

Digbeth Community Garden, Shaw’s Passage, Birmingham B5 5PG

Historically, the act of planting has proved political; certain species suggest ideas around ownership, whilst planting crops in the urban space has acted in defiance of a growing anti-working-class narrative. Join us for an in-conversation with Digbeth Community Garden on claiming space and peaceful forms of protest.

This event has been organised by Ryan Kearney, Alice O’Rourke, Ariadne Tzika from University of Birmingham, and forms part of the project Three Models for Changetaking place at Centrala in Minerva Works, Digbeth, June 2018.

Digbeth Community Garden, Shaw’s Passage, Birmingham B5 5PG

Historically, the act of planting has proved political; certain species suggest ideas around ownership, whilst planting crops in the urban space has acted in defiance of a growing anti-working-class narrative. Join us for an in-conversation with Digbeth Community Garden on claiming space and peaceful forms of protest.

This event has been organised by Ryan Kearney, Alice O’Rourke, Ariadne Tzika from University of Birmingham, and forms part of the project Three Models for Changetaking place at Centrala in Minerva Works, Digbeth, June 2018.