13. January 2018 - 18:00 till 21:00
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Opening: Liz Brindley / Garlic | Saturday, 13. January 2018

“At the end of the day, I just want to be covered in ink and soil,” Liz Brindley says. This may not be too difficult a feat when you take into account how many hats she tends to wear on a weekly basis: farmer, artist, writer, art educator, printmaker, community organizer. No Land’s next exhibition is GARLIC, an artist residency that incorporates all facets of Brindley’s practice as a creator, educator, and cultivator.

Opening with a reception on Saturday, January 13th from 5-8 pm, GARLIC features Brindley’s drawings, prints, a wall-sized mural, and installations of garlic skins, soil, and a kitchen-like space. Through GARLIC's two-month run time, Brindley will host workshops and other events at No Land centered on both art-making and food, hoping to provide spaces for honest dialogue about local agriculture, food justice and creativity.


Opening: Liz Brindley / Garlic: 1/13, 6-9 pm
Printmaking Workshop: Liz Brindley / Garlic: 1/27, 1-3 pm
Paper Making Workshop: Liz Brindley / Garlic: 2/8, 7-9 pm
Morning Coffee: Liz Brindley / Garlic: 2/19, 9-11 am
Closing Reception & Recipe Swap: Liz Brindley / Garlic: Saturday, March 10th, 6-9 pm

Learn more about Liz Brindley's GARLIC:

For press inquiries, please contact Alex, Jordan & Kyle at strangersartcollective@gmail.com.
  • Wish I could make it! I'll be out of town, boo 😒