Bluestonia Food Lane Way

Bluestonia Food Lane Way  – A CAST Project, Centre for Art, Society and Transformation, RMIT School of Art.

Project Launch

DATE: Saturday 16th December

TIME: 5pm (exhibition, ongoing)

WHERE: Laneway between Mountfield St and Howard St Brunswick

WHAT: A community-engaged, site-specific, paste-up project by Sonia Zymantas

Do you pick the lemons hanging over the fence? Love your nonna’s olives and your neighbour’s home-grown tomatoes? Backyard Food celebrates the inner urban garden as a multifaceted source of community nourishment.  Working with local residents and tapping into their backyard food- growing practices, Sonia Zymantas has created a series of emblematic paste-ups to transform the bluestone lane into a neighbourhood gallery.  Drawing on an utterly local Brunswick feature Sonia’s work asks highly relevant questions about the nature of sharing, the role of food in the establishment of community and about the things that make life better.

Join us in the laneway for a celebration with the residents!

This CAST project is part of Bluestonia, activating Moreland’s 67 kilometres of bluestone laneways.

For enquiries contact: Sonia Zymantas 0421465889 or CAST 9925 1017 (Monday-Wednesday)

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