Seeds of Change

Plant pot

Event schedule details

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 June


Event location details

Exhibition Road

Embark on a journey to save the planet, one seed at a time. Sow the seeds of a greener tomorrow at our Seeds of Change workshop with students from Imperial College London’s Engineers Without Borders team, and the Royal Society of Sculptors.

Explore the topic of climate change, reflect on your own carbon footprint and discover what changes you can make to better care for our planet. Then, let your imagination bloom as you craft your very own plant pot from eco-friendly materials and recycled treasures, inspired by the work of artist and First Plinth winner Madi Acharya-Baskerville. Plant your own sustainability goal on seed paper and see it take root and flourish as your new habit grows along with it.

Visit Madi Acharya-Baskerville’s exhibition, from which this workshop takes inspiration, at the Royal Society of Sculptors on 108 Old Brompton Road.

Visitor information

Seeds of Change can be found at location number 4 on the Festival Map.

This is a drop in event that is suitable for all ages. The event has step-free access.

To attend the Festival, please make sure to register for free. Registering is the only way to receive the latest Festival updates, a first look at the programme, and opportunities to book free tickets for popular events.


Event categories

  • Adults
  • Family (ages 5+)
  • Young People (13-25)
  • Workshop
Plant pot