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Trees of Tomorrow: A Speculative Tour and Workstation

May 12, 2018
12:00  -  5:00
Queens Museum Front Lawn

Trees of Tomorrow is a guided, speculative tour of the trees of Flushing, Queens — exposing the ways trees shape and are shaped by its neighborhoods, economies, and soils; a self-guided tour publication; and a speculative workstation where, in collaboration with teens from John Bowne High School, ToT collapses the nature/society divide through stories, art and cultivation of Flushing’s trees. ToT asks how to empower natural/cultural futures that enable solidarity and survival across species.

Tours starts at 12:30, 2, and 4:30 on Saturday.

Ongoing activities at the ToT workstation, with guerrilla grafting tutorials every hour on the half hour.

2018  Projects