Glasgow Seed School

Pallet to Planter

Sat 12 March 2022

Tickets no longer available
Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

Relaxed event

Relaxed event

Two people are building a planter out of recycled wood in an outdoor grassy setting.

Planter building at Lambhill Stables, 2021. Photo: Rowan Lear

Want to build growing boxes for your herbs and veggies?

Join Anna Vlassova, artist and furniture maker, to learn how to transform an ordinary pallet into different sizes and shapes of planter for indoor or outdoor use.

We will gain basic practical skills in constructing and joining with recycled wood, and discuss together the different growing spaces required by a range of plants.

This workshop is perfect for people who’d like to turn a small outdoor space into a thriving garden for growing food. No experience necessary.

About the contributors

Anna Vlassova is an artist, woodwork facilitator and up-cycled product maker with Rags to Riches, Glasgow. Since graduating from the Sculpture course at Glasgow School of Art she has been making furniture from recycled materials and assisted at DIY skill sharing workshops with the Glasgow Tool Library based in Maryhill.

Glasgow Seed School is a slow season of free workshops, talks and events. It aims to nurture seed stewardship and help growers build climate, food and community resilience. It is organised by Glasgow Seed Library, in collaboration with friends and partner organisations across the city.

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Event Type

Talks & Events

Location

Lambhill Stables Community Garden, 11 Canal Bank North, Glasgow, G22 6RD

Time

10:00am — 3:00pm

Time

Session 1 10am - 12noon
Session 2 1pm - 3pm

Ages

All ages, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

Ticketing

Free but ticketed

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible

Relaxed event

Tickets no longer available

Additional info:

The workshop will take place outdoors on uneven ground. There is wheelchair access to the site, and we can work with you to make the workshop accessible. If you would like further details, or have other access requests, please email glasgowseedlibrary@cca-glasgow.com