Glass Houses & Green Futures

Glass Houses & Green Futures is a celebration of the horticultural knowledge and passion that exists across Fremantle. Conversation and cultivation will take place in five artist-built hothouses, led by the artists and gardening enthusiasts who keep Fremantle green, growing and blossoming.

Experience the history of gardening and imagine its future while sharing and exchanging local stories, botanical knowledge, growing skills and plants.

The program of events will unfold with the shared knowledge from the people of White Gum Valley Community Orchard, Hilton Harvest Community Garden, Ecoburbia and us (of course!)

The glass houses for this project have been designed and constructed by a group of green-thumbed installation artists including Catia Dolzadelli, Claire Bailey, Ricky Gibson, Andrew Sunley-Smith and Pascal Proteau, and our plant guru Claire Greenhill will be curating the contents of one based around repurposing and plant gifting.

Each of the site-specific, glass-rooved structures will be used as the location for a series of public sessions across Fremantle and its satellite precincts to honour and expand on the existing culture of gardening, growing and harvesting in our community.

Drop by your local public session or make a tour of all five.

Our Session

12pm – 3pm, Sunday 14 July
Stackwood, 10 Stack Street, Fremantle
12pm - 3pm  Open 'Greenhouses' (FREE)
12pm - 2pm  Community Plant Swap (FREE)
2pm - 3pm  Cuttings and Cultivation Class (FREE - registrations essential)

* 10% off all plants on the day for session visitors

Public Program

2 – 4pm, Friday 12 July
White Gum Valley Community Orchard

3 – 6pm, Saturday 13 July
Hilton Harvest Community Garden, Rennie Crescent North, Hilton

6 – 8pm, Wednesday 17 July
Samson Park, Sellenger Avenue

7 – 10pm, Thursday 18 July
Fremantle City Streets (watch this space!)

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Visit the links above to register or find out more about the events at Stackwood. For information on other venues visit '10 Nights in the Port' here

May 14, 2019