Opening Event Thursday Evening
March 26

7670 Hill Road

5:00-10:00
As part of Dawn Weleski’s Stone Soup Dinners we offer:
Stone Soups, GXC edition: Radicle Notes Open Mic & Performances
…introducing the GXC mascots!
including dinner, a GreenVinyl DJ battle, Eco Poetry Readings, and more

doors open 5p
food available 6p until late
performances start 7.30p

 
 

Friday Schedule
March 27

at Schupf Art Studios

9:30-4:00Ongoing: Scion and Seed exchange
in Schupf Garage Bay

 

10:00-11:30, 1:15-4:00Ongoing: Mobile Mutual Aid Society with Dawn Weleski and students from Social Practice Art. Stop by to learn about ham radio or to be interviewed for their ongoing podcast series about rural radicals in the bioregion.
throughout site

 

10:00-11:30, 1:15-4:00Ongoing: Poem Rovers with Marta Lucía Vargas & Lisa Wujnovich (Two poets, inspired by this moment and our relations—plants, animals, insects, humans, infrastructure, earth, wind, water, fire, metal, light, darkness, waste and refuse—commit to radicles of Grafters X Change through deep listening and inviting the unsayable).
throughout site

 

10:00-11:30, 1:15-4:00Ongoing seed packet making with Printmaking Studio and Digital Studio
in Schupf Garage Bay

 
 

9:30 – 10:30Tree Walk with forester Greg Owens
meet at the Food Forest Studio

 

10:30 – 11:30Pepperweed: Small Scale Data Exchange with Dan Phiffer
Room 009

 

11:45-1:15Environmental Studies Brown Bag with Environmental Historian Jason W. Moore.
Help yourself to soup, bread, and local butter
Hamilton Movie Theater

 

1:30 – 4:00Instructions for Time in a Tree– with Jack Magai and Magai Arboriculture
meet at Silver Maples along Eaton Street

 

1:30 – 4:00Tree broadcasts with Mobile Mutual Aid Society and Dawn Weleski ( in conjunction with Magai Arboriculture tree climbing)
outside in Roving Mobile Mutual Aid Society Vehicle

 
 

Friday Evening
March 27

at Rye Berry

6:00-7:30
Community Dinner

 

Schupf Art Studios
8:00-10:00
Magic, Necromancy and Larval Becoming, with Ciclón and Praba Pilar

 
 

Saturday Schedule
March 28

at Schupf Art Studios

10:00-4:00Ongoing Scion and Seed exchange 
in Schupf Garage Bay

 

10:00-4:00Ongoing: Mobile Mutual Aid Society with Dawn Weleski and students from Social Practice Art. Stop by to learn about ham radio or to be interviewed for their ongoing podcast series about rural radicals in the bioregion.
throughout site

 

10:00-4:00Ongoing: Poem Rovers with Marta Lucía Vargas & Lisa Wujnovich (Two poets, inspired by this moment and our relations—plants, animals, insects, humans, infrastructure, earth, wind, water, fire, metal, light, darkness, waste and refuse—commit to radicles of Grafters X Change through deep listening and inviting the unsayable).
throughout site

 

10:00-4:00Ongoing seed packet making with Printmaking Studio and Digital Studio
in Schupf Garage Bay

 
 

10:00 – 11:00Cohabitations, invasions & remnants, mapping errant ecologies of the Chenango Canal towpath with Marisa Prefer of invisible labor
meet at the Food Forest Studio

 

11:00 – 12:00Stick Magic: Propagation techniques for trees with Collard City Growers
meet in Food Forest Studio

 

12:00Help yourself to soup, bread, and local butter
Schupf Garage Bay

 

12:30 – 1:30Hyperecologies with Oliver Kellhammer
room 009

 

1:30 – 2:30Spell to Seed with Efrén Cruz Cortés and Margaretha Haughwout of the Coven Intelligence Program
room 009

 

2:30 – 4:00Asphalt Cutouts for Staying with the Trouble #2: Soil Portal — with Environmental Performance Agency (12 person limit sign up here)
meet at Food Forest Studio