!Event! – May 31th Prep, Cook, Feast: Patrick’s Pocket Food Workshop

The Hammock Free School is cooking up a storm.  Prep, Cook, Feast: Patrick’s Pocket Food Workshop will take place in the beautiful kitchen of the Hammock Residency.  We  encourage the community to take part in this workshop by bringing by an ingredient to add to the pot or a beverage that will be enjoyed by all the participants.  Check out the Hammock Free School Events page for a schedule of  events  as well as details about each workshop.

On Tue 31 May,from 5pm – 9pm guest artist Patrick Blaeser is offering a one day workshop on making food that can fit in your palm or in your pocket.

Hammock Residency 1923 Graveley Street

Please be aware that the Hammock Free School and the Hammock Residency can not cater to all food allergies.  We apologies for any inconvenience.

Patrick Blaeser  – Guest Artist, Patrick’s Pocket Food Workshop

Patrick Blaeser has a BFA in Photography form ECUAD and MFA from the Glasgow School of Art. He uses a variety of mediums including photography, textiles and illustration and to express apocalyptic and Utopian attitudes. Blaeser’s practice consists of examining society to pick apart issues through the lens of possible futures and pasts. By reevaluating these fictions he tries to discover new routes for understanding and adjusting those ideas and how they may aid the present moment. Blaeser currently lives in Vancouver BC and has shown work in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Canada and the U.S.A.

G. Amani – Artist, Hammock Free School, Facilitator

Heidi Nagtegaal – Artist, Hammock Residency, Founder


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