Immersive photographic exhibition on show at Elm Tree Farm
At the end of September, Brandon Trust’s social enterprise Elm Tree Farm will play host to an immersive photographic exhibition from BAFTA award-winning film maker and photographer Esther May Campbell – and you can come and see it for free!
"Water Salad on Monday" is a collection of textural black and white photographs that artistically pick their way through the special natures of Elm Tree Farm where volunteers, carers, and adults with learning disabilities work together to nurture life, community, and friendship. The images reveal the transformational possibilities of radical tending in a place where those often cared for become carers themselves - of the land, animals, and one another.
Come down to the Farm to hang with the animals and see giant images popping up amongst the pigs, ducks, sunflowers, and apples. Prints, which hold life still for a magic moment, will be surrounded by their living and breathing muses in resplendent early autumn conditions while the Farm will supply teas and coffees, tail on the donkey, pig scratching lessons, and many other adventures. Limited edition books of the exhibition will be on sale.
THURSDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 1pm - 6 pm
FRIDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 1pm - 6 pm
SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 10am - 5pm
SUNDAY 1 OCTOBER 10am - 5pm
Elm Tree Farm, Park Rd, Bristol BS16 1AA, UK. Limited parking available.