The BioDomestic Workshops

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To celebrate its first anniversary Fungusloci hosted an exhibition and events programme that explored the art of inter-species collaboration: humans and microbiology working together in the production of food, drink and other artefacts.

The temporary museum included a wide range of produce from the world of brewing, fermentation and culturing. It contained well-known culinary items such sour-dough breads, beers, wine, vinegar, cheese, yoghurt and chocolate as well as less familiar cultured produce from around the world like Tempeh, kefir, kombucha tea, kimchee, and some home furnishings.

The BioDomestic Workshops were a series of hands on DIY workshops, demonstrations and talks lead by some of Strouds most cultured producers that explored the skills and techniques needed to work with wild and cultivated yeasts, fungi, bacteria and microbes in the home.


The BioDomestic Workshop programme

 Saturday Skills and Knowledge Share

These informal skills and knowledge share events were built around different themes and open to all. The format was open and relaxed and anyone could attend and contribute.

We will be organising more workshops will be planed in the future. What this space.