4 Seasons: Summer

A series of free events

Inspired by Floral Heraldry by Alice McCabe

17 June to 22 September 2017

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Join us this summer for free events inspired by Floral Heraldry by Alice McCabe.  Please book for all events by calling 020 7739 8080 or e-mail local@peeruk.org

Wednesday 5th July, 3.30 to 5.00pm
Meet at St Monica’s R.C. Primary School, 43 Hoxton St, London N1 6QN

Join us for a creative session with Alice McCabe bringing together floristry and sculpture. Build landscapes using a number of natural materials and learn new techniques of working in three dimensions. The event is expected to run for 90min and might take place outdoors weather permitting. All materials and refreshments provided.

Developed in partnership with St Monica’s R.C. Primary School.

Thursday 3rd August, 6.30-8.30pm

Meet at PEER, 97-99 Hoxton St, London, N1 6QL

Join Alice McCabe for a performative talk exploring her passion for organising and categorising everyday material ranging from milkbottle-top-lids, political campaign leaflets to take away menus as part of her making process. Alice will present existing work “props for everyday life” including a suit of paper armour made for a pilgrimage to Dover. Bring your desk detritus to categorise and organise, with the opportunity of making your own chainmail, votive necklaces and visors.

14th September, 6.00 to 7.30pm
Meet at Shoreditch Library, 80 Hoxton St,  London N1 6LP

Join us for a bouquet making workshop run by Alice McCabe where you will learn how to condition flowers, assemble and wrap a hand-tied bouquet. You will leave with new skills and a small bouquet to take home.

Developed in partnership with Shoreditch Library.

4 Seasons is a new outdoor commissioning programme which explores wildlife, biodiversity and artists’ interest in nature. The programme will be a seasonally changing display in the cabinet on the side wall of the Post Office next to PEER, and a series of events. 

This programme is generously supported by Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust