This garden will bring people together to take part and re-activate the history by gathering and gardening through various public interventions. This will be a garden of pleasure where we can also consider topics that cause us pain. We will invite thinkers, teachers, musicians, historians, poets, sociologists, and storytellers to engage audiences on various social issues such as water politics, botany and colonialism. The pavilion will host guests year-round, rain or snow.
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