Do you love the place you live?
Want to sustain its natural beauty and yourself in the process?
Then you should join…
Hosted by the Prattsville Art Center and Mossy Stone Farms, E(ART)H Club is a space where people will join together to deepen their relationship to the earth and each other, learn new skills for designing and creating a sustainable world that prepare them for work in the green economy, and become leaders in protecting their local communities’ natural beauty for generations to come.
WHO E(ART)H Club is a free, all ages program. Enrollment is open, so interested community members can join any time! Swing by or email email@example.com
WHEN Every Sunday from 2pm-5pm (March-September). The Club will continue throughout the year with flexible attendance.
WHERE The Prattsville Art Center (14562 Main Street, Prattsville, NY). We will often host field trips to local farms/art spaces for learning inspiration and project time.
SO WHAT WILL E(ART)H CLUB MEMBERS DO?
E(ART)H Club members show off their handmade bird houses at Mossy Stone Farm
Learn: E(ART)H Club members will come together to observe natural ecosystems, better understand our place within them, discover how different communities have come together to create a more sustainable world, and learn valuable technical skills that can be applied in the green economy or at home.
Earth Club members watch a film about permaculture at the Art Center
Design: At E(ART)H Club we’re putting the art in earth-based connection. Using permaculture as our guide, Club members will design their own visions for sustainable land use that fosters community connection. Club members will have access to teachers, art supplies, and outdoor spaces to inspire their creativity. All projects are self-directed, so Club members can take their visions in any direction they dream of!
Create: Drawing on the resources of the Prattsville Art Center, Mossy Stone Farms, and local public green spaces, E(ART)H Club members will be empowered to make their visions reality. We will work to beautify our local communities and homes, using skills ranging from natural building, to creating beautiful and unique gardens and food forests, to hosting community events and public art projects.
Drawing of the future Prankster People’s Museum by artist Matt Bua, part of the PAC garden being designed by E(art)h Club