‘All is Leaf’ – herbal gathering and artist talk

Posted on September 10, 2019 by Sandra Beeson

When: View in Calendar » September 28, 2019 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Church Lane Community Garden, Harold Road, E11 4QY
Cost: Free
Categories: Performance Talk
Tags: art film herbs sensory sound talk

gathering space

We’re delighted to host this special event, part of the new Barbican curated festival Leytonstone Loves Film.

Rosalind Fowler’s 16mm film installation ‘all is leaf, so to amplify the wonder’ will be running throughout the day.

Rosalind will give a talk about the project, including performance and sensory herbal and sound immersion together with sound therapist and artist Nicole Bettencourt Coelho.

Herbalist Rasheeqa Ahmad will share knowledge of a seasonal herb and talk about the new community Apothecary she is creating within the Borough.

There will also be a stall with hand-made remedies and teas.

More info:

https://www.leytonstonelovesfilm.com/whats-on/all-is-leaf-so-to-amplify-the-wonder/about-the-show

www.rosalindfowler.co.uk


Chasing Ice: Free Film Screening

Posted on June 26, 2014 by ecoviewfinder

When: View in Calendar » July 11, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: View Map » Wanstead Quaker Meeting House, Bush Road, London E11 3AE, UK
Cost: Free, donations accepted
Contact: Diana Korchien
07450474538
events@transitionleytonstone.org.uk
Tags: discussion film

Birthday Canyon, Greenland ice sheetA Leytonstone Festival Event

A chillingly beautiful depiction of the harsh yet fragile world of Arctic icescapes in the throes of rapid climate change, as seen through the enquiring eye of photographer/film maker James Balog. Mr. Balog makes the journey from climate change sceptic to climate aware, not through the persuasions of any scientific argument, but via his own observations on site in the Arctic. This man could have been you or me: it is the film’s emphasis on the totally personal aspect of Balog’s discovery, together with his subsequent change of viewpoint which sets this award-winning documentary apart.

Join James Balog in his journey of exploration and fact-finding and make up your own mind about  it all.

Doors open at 6.30 for refreshments. The film will start at 7pm, followed by a discussion.