Learn to document your gardening journey and enhance your connection with plants in new ways using 18th-century techniques with Kell Kittell.
$35 non-members, $30 members
Kell Kittell is a Reno native and Navy Corpsman veteran with a background in technical training and information design. He is also a playwright, author, and photographer. Kell has a passion for learning about plants, their history, and their uses, and is dedicated to helping others discover the joys of plant exploration and documentation.
For this class, Kell will guide participants around the Arboretum introducing what a commonplace book is and the benefits of keeping one, as well as how to create, use and maintain their own commonplace book.
Kell hopes that during this garden commonplace book class, participants will learn to document your gardening journey and enhance your connection with plants in new ways using 18th-century techniques. This workshop is perfect for beginners and will provide you with the skills and materials you need to start your own gardening commonplace book. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with nature and document your gardening adventures.
Participants will receive a notebook, pen, traveler’s colored pencil set, small envelopes, glue stick, and carrying satchel.
No experience necessary, supplies are included.