Fruit Routes walk with Anne Marie-Culhane

Fri 19 October, 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Venue: Barefoot Orchard, (the weather station opposite Loughborough University Pilkington Library)


You are invited to join Anne-Marie Culhane with Bianca Elzenbaumer and Joanna Boehnert to walk around the University's Fruit Route (approx 1km) from 4.30-5.30pm. This is a chance to share thoughts on some of the themes and ideas that motivate and inspire us within the context of Fruit Routes.

Meeting at the Barefoot Orchard, (the weather station opposite Pilkington Library) at 4.30pm. All are welcome; the route has flat paths (though not tarmac) and is wheelchair accessible. This is followed by a panel discussion by the three artist/designers 'Designing Climate Futures' hosted by Radar. For those who would like to come to the panel discussion we will go on to Martin Hall after the walk, where free refreshments will be provided. See below for more information and booking link.

FRUIT ROUTES is an award-winning project to create an edible campus at Loughborough University through planting of fruit and nut trees, foraging edible plants, and co-creative an edible food culture with students, staff and local people.

ANNE MARIE-CULHANE is an artist whose work across a number of forms seeks to catalyse collective organisation to reduce the harm being inflicted on the planet, to increase understanding of our place in the world, and to bring to life positive visions now and for the future. She works closely with the University’s Sustainability team as the founder of Fruit Routes.

Designing Climate Futures is a discussion event exploring the role of design in movements for ecological justice within and beyond our warming world:


Loughborough University Arts

Martin Hall Building

Loughborough University

Loughborough LE11 3TU, UK

01509 222 948

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