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Housing Landscapes: Public Realm, Private Territory and the Spaces in Between
Wednesday, October 26, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
With Roland Jeffrey, Projects Advisor, The Prince's Regeneration Trust.
The Garden Café will remain open.
Please note that the Museum is located in a deconsecrated stone church which is very difficult to heat on an autumn evening. It might be a good idea to bring an extra layer of clothing if the weather turns a bit colder.
When & Where
The Garden Museum was set up in 1977 in order to rescue from demolition the abandoned ancient church of St Mary’s which is the burial place of John Tradescant (c1570 – 1638), the first great gardener and plant-hunter in British history. His magnificent and enigmatic tomb is the centrepiece of a knot garden planted with the flowers which grew in his London garden four centuries ago.
In 2008 the interior was transformed into a centre for exhibitions and events by the construction of contemporary gallery spaces. Three exhibitions each year explore the making of British gardens, and a programme of over 30 talks and interviews celebrates heroes and heroines from the forgotten plant-hunters and gardeners of the past to the designers and writers in fashion today. Visitors will also see a permanent display of paintings, tools, ephemera and historic artefacts: a glimpse into the uniquely British love affair with gardens.