Land art outing: join a group session

Create temporary art in the outdoors

After a quick introduction to get to know each other better, I'll introduce you to our site, land art as an art form, and guidelines to your creative process (including how to respect the ecosystem and leave a small impact). After a sensory tune-in with our surroundings (using our senses to look, smell, listen) we'll start playing & making - creating arrangements and visual poetry that express the dialogue you are having with your surroundings. I will make suggestions and give ideas if needed, but you are free to connect, play and create at your own pace and guided by your own creativity. You can create on your own, or work on something together with others. We'll have a look at each temporary art piece - appreciating, taking photos, and sharing thoughts that came up during the process. The site location depends on the season, the weather, and the tide.

What to bring

Simple tools that could be used to shape sand, leaves or other natural materials.
Sunhat, Sunglasses and/or Sunscreen if it's sunny Raincoat if it's rainy Comfortable, old clothing and very comfortable shoes (if you don't want to be barefoot) Personal medicine Personal Emergency medicine or gear (e.g. if you are allergic to bee sting) Camera (or your phone) to take photos of your art Water & snacks for yourself
R150.00 Add to cart
Land art outing: large group

Create temporary art in the outdoors

Ideal for a school group or team-building: 12-30 people

After an ice-breaker activity I'll introduce our site, land art as an art form, and guidelines to the creative process (including how to respect the ecosystem and leave a small impact). After a sensory tune-in with our surroundings (using our senses to look, smell, listen) we'll start playing & making - creating arrangements and visual poetry that express the dialogue you are having with your surroundings. I will make suggestions and give ideas if needed, and group members will be encouraged to work together on collective pieces. The site location depends on the group size, season, the weather, and the tide.

What to bring

Signed indemnity form
Sunhat, Sunglasses and/or Sunscreen if it's sunny / Raincoat if it's rainy Comfortable, old clothing and very comfortable shoes (if you don't want to be barefoot) Personal Emergency medicine or gear (e.g. if you are allergic to bee sting) Camera (or your phone) to take photos of your art Water & snacks
R1,600.00 Add to cart
Land art outing: private session

Create temporary art in the outdoors

This one-on-one private session includes the creation of temporary art in the outdoors, as well as custom-focused creative coaching to support you in developing your natural creativity. After an introduction to our site, land art as an art form, and guidelines to your creative process (including how to respect the ecosystem and leave a small impact) we will tune-in with our surroundings (using our senses to look, smell, listen). Thereafter we'll start playing & making - creating arrangements and visual poetry that express the dialogue you are having with your surroundings. We will do this collectively, and when you feel confident, calm or playful enough you will create something on your own. I will make suggestions and give ideas if needed, but you are free to connect, play and create at your own pace and guided by your own creativity. The site location depends on the season, the weather, and the tide.

What to bring

Simple tools that could be used to shape sand, leaves or other natural materials.
Sunhat, Sunglasses and/or Sunscreen if it's sunny / Raincoat if it's rainy Comfortable, old clothing and very comfortable shoes (if you don't want to be barefoot) Personal Emergency medicine or gear (e.g. if you are allergic to bee sting) Camera (or your phone) to take photos of your art Water & snacks for yourself
R550.00 Add to cart
Land art outing: small group

Create temporary art in the outdoors

Ideal for a birthday event, or family outing, or friends activity

4-12 people After an introduction to our site, land art as an art form, and guidelines to the creative process (including how to respect the ecosystem and leave a small impact) we'll do a sensory tune-in with our surroundings (using our senses to look, smell, listen). And then we'll start playing & making! Creating arrangements and visual poetry that express the dialogue you are having with your surroundings. I will make suggestions and give ideas if needed, but you are free to connect, play and create at your own pace and guided by your own creativity. You can create on your own, or work on something together. We'll have a look at each temporary art piece - appreciating, taking photos, and sharing thoughts that came up during the process. The site location depends on the season, the weather, and the tide.

What to bring

Signed indemnity form
Simple tools that could be used to shape sand, leaves or other natural materials.
Sunhat, Sunglasses and/or Sunscreen if it's sunny / Raincoat if it's rainy Comfortable, old clothing and very comfortable shoes (if you don't want to be barefoot) Personal Emergency medicine or gear (e.g. if you are allergic to bee sting) Camera (or your phone) to take photos of your art Water & snacks
R800.00 Add to cart