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DIGGERS DINNER

EVENTS SCHEDULE

M 2/24 10 - 2 Install Signage - Gaye Chan and Kalani Largusa
  2 - 4 Set up Lights - Wayne Kawamoto
T 2/25 noon - 2 Install Table - Tadpole Studio
  2 - 4 Set up Sound - Peter Chamberlain
W 2/26 10 - noon  
  noon - 3 Basket Demo* - Gaye Chan
TH 2/27 10 - noon Body/Pain Awareness + Alternative First Aid - Manu Sachdeva
  noon - 2 Seed Saving Demo - Matthew Lynch
  2 - 4
F 2/28 10 - noon Hammering - Gideon Gerlt
  noon - 2 Kim Chee* / Sauerkraut Demo - Kyle Jablonski and Tom Walker
  2 - 4 Foraged-Fruit Wine Demo- John Szostak
WEEKEND    
M 3/3 10 - noon Knife Sharpening + Metal Polishing Demo - Greywolf
  noon - 2 Make Aprons out of Used Banners - Andi Charuk
  2 - 4 Needlework (Quilt Repair) - Lynn Mayekawa + Mary McNamara
T 3/4 10 - noon Chopstick Production - Jaimey Hamilton Faris and company
  noon - 2 Grooming your Animal - Marika Emi
  2 - 4  
W 3/5 10 - noon Caring for Your Rapidograph - Scott Groeniger
  noon - 2 Sorting Dinnerware - Gaye Chan and Nandita Sharma
  2 - 4  
TH 3/6 10 - noon Chopstick Production - Jaimey Hamilton Faris and company
  noon - 2 Fish Cleaning+Descaling - Ruth Hsu
  2 - 3 Repurposing Letters - Kirsten Simonsen
  3 - 4 Yoga - Debra Drexler
  4 - 6 Make Meatballs - Bob McGee
Make Ti-leaf plates - Bill Howes
  6 - 9 DIGGERS DINNER
F 3/7 10 - noon  
  noon - 4 Free Food Cart - Bundit Kanisthakhon
Take Down of Everything

*downloadable instructions:
Kim Chee Recipe (Tom Walker)
Make Baskets out of Recycled Bale Straps (Gaye Chan)

 

THE COMMONS
a space one enters via ones labor, not wealth...
Feb 24 - March 7, 2014
A 10-day event which took place at the Commons Gallery (University of Hawai’i at Manoa) that culminated with our first public DIGGERS DINNER. Before and after the dinner was a series of self-sufficiency related demonstrations/performances.

DIGGERS DINNERS are potlucks where participants' contribution must be primarily made from ingredients that they have either grown, hunted, fished, foraged, bartered, found, been gifted or stolen. The dinner begins with participants introducing their dish and where the ingredients came from. DIGGERS DINNERS are exercises in recreating the commons, where food, knowledge and trust are freely shared. Any leftovers will freely distributed the next day.