The Garden Museum to run landscape talks

The Garden Museum is linking up with Landscape Learn, a social enterprise established by J & L Gibbons Landscape Architects to run a series of events in October.

The Garden Museum
The Garden Museum

The three Wednesday evening talks at the St Mary's-at-Lambeth museum, will focus on Autumn Colour, Liquid Assets and Taking Care, with expert and diverse speakers across the arts, engineering, and natural resource management.

J & L Gibbons Landscape Architects, whose work includes Alexandra Road Park, working with Erect, the Vauxhall Missing Link for Vauxhall One BID and is currently working on the physic garden-inspired public space for Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, established Landscape Learn to support learning and engagement with landscape.  The talks start with Autumn Colour on 11 October, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.  

The session will explore colour relationships and the movement of colour, seen and unseen in the context of nature and the chemistry of autumn colour in forest trees. Tickets cost £30 and £10 for students or the under 25s.  

The museum itself re-opened in May following a £7.5 million redevelopment with new gardens designed by Dan Pearson and Christopher Bradley-Hole.

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