Living Landscapes: Putting Back the Layers
Thursday, February 5
The richness of life in any landscape is linked to the richness of its layers. This is true for both people and wildlife. Author, photographer and landscape ethicist Rick Darke will reveal the layers in a mix of suburban and urban landscapes and describe how to conserve, create and manage them for beauty, biological diversity and liveability.
Plant Stories from the Gardiner: Botanical Imagery in Clay
Thursday, April 9
The Gardiner Museum, Canada’s national museum of ceramics has a beautiful collection of objects which reference images of plants and gardens, and attest to thousands of years of our fascination with the natural world. Join Kelvin Browne, leading light at the ROM and now Executive Director and CEO of the Gardiner to explore the botanical bent of the Gardiner’s enchanting collection.
Come early to grab a light dinner or visit TBG’s Garden Shop for great member discounts.
Bistro opens 5:30 p.m. Doors open 6:30 p.m. Lecture: 7:30 p.m.
Members free (Bring a Friend for $10);
Public $25; Students (with ID) $15. Door sales only.
All TBG lectures are generously supported by The W. Garfield Weston Foundation and The S. Schulich Foundation.