The Largest Collaborative Zine ever made! Thank you for participating and/or enjoying it! #fallenfruit #vamfamilies
here is Part 1:
Thanks everyone for participating and making the largest ever collaborative zine with us along with V&A Families team. We had so much fun with you! We will upload a link soon– where the magazine can be purchased as a hard bound book. Sign up for our email list below and we’ll update you when it’s available and check out our exclusive V&A merch in the V&A Store.
Austin and David
Fallen Fruit Magazine: V&A Edition brings together public participation, local histories and story-telling. Using strategies of collage this temporary team of culture advocates use fruit as a symbol, object and/or subject to create original editorial content to produce a site-specific limited edition contemporary culture magazine. Each edition is unique and is editorially focused to topics and subject matter that is historically meaningful to a neighborhood and/ or region. For the ‘Victoria and Albert Edition,’ we collaborated with the Families Programme at the V&A in South Kensington, during the spring and summer of 2019 in London on The Imagination Station.
V&A Families programme: The V&A Families programme nurtures imagination, creativity and intergenerational play, developing innovative partnerships with practitioners to deliver thought-provoking and multi-sensory activities that foster a life-long love of learning. #vamfamilies
Austin Young and David Burns, Collectively know as Fallen Fruit are included in the exhibition: FOOD BIGGER THAN THE PLATE
#fallenfruit / fallenfruit.org / endlessorchard.com / fallen_fruit
FOOD BIGGER THAN THE PLATE was curated by Catherine Flood and May Rosenthal Sloan – The exhibition invited visitors to participate, taste and debate, this bold exhibition explores current experiments at every stage of the food system – from compost to table. #plateup
You can take part in Fallen Fruit’s collective mapping and planting experience, the Endless Orchard, which explores the meaning of community through creating and sharing fruit trees:“Plant a fruit tree near your home. Share your fruit!”.
Please join us for an exhibition of 27 portraits
at the Little Gallery of San Bernardino,
April 20th, 2019
In exchange for drawing a self-portrait onto a hand-picked piece of fruit (oranges and lemons), each participant received a glass of organic juice. Collectively the citrusy self-portraits created a group portrait of everyone participated Hand-drawn expressions illustrate joy and innocence as well as wisdom and age. Portraits of participants along with their self-portraits are part of the recorded stories about the neighborhood and families of San Bernardino on the theme of … “Orange you glad…” Black markers and fruit become the drawing materials, and participants draw a picture of themselves without using a mirror in exchange for a glass of fresh juice. People can use the portraits on social media accounts as icons and avatars with hashtags. #orangeyougladtoseeme #FallenFruitSanBernardino
Fallen Fruit’s project for San Bernardino evolved by working together with community members in the creation of a living artwork – an extension of an ongoing Fallen Fruit project called the “Endless Orchard.” The Endless Orchard builds community through expanding public access to fresh fruit. Fallen Fruit San Bernardino’s main site was The Garcia Center for the Arts in the City of San Bernardino, with other programming and plantings taking place at The Feldheym Library, with additional sites in Victorville, Lake Arrowhead, and Crestline. The project included plantings of a variety of citrus trees at the Garcia Center, fruit tree adoptions, poetry and collage that we turned into a zine (examples seen here at the show), hand-crafted wooden picnic tables etched with community quotes, and other public participatory projects. Other local artists, including Printmaker Bob Hurton (aka Uncle Bacon) and Inlandia’s Poet Laureate, Nikia Chaney, worked with Fallen Fruit and community participants on the creation of the Zine. We would like to thank The City of Victorville, the staff at the Family Assistance Program in Old Town Victorville, and the students at the Rim of the Word High School in Lake Arrowhead for all of their support and dedication to making this project a reality. There are now two permanent public fruit tree site in Victorville, one in Lake Arrowhead, and another at the Garcia Center for the Arts! Our project site in Crestline is still underway.
DOWNLOAD Fallen Fruit Magazine, San Bernardino Edition, HERE
Special thanks to:
The Little Gallery of San Bernardino
City of Victorville
Lake Arrowhead – Rim of the World High School
Family Assistance Program – Old Town Victorville
ROOT – Revive Our Old Town – Victorville
Garcia Center for the Arts
City of San Bernardino Art and Historic Preservation Commission
San Bernardino Art Association
California Arts Council
Fallen Fruit artwork on the cover of the new ARTnews Magazine! https://www.artnews.com/toc/los-angeles-now-winter-2019/
COVER Performance view of Fallen Fruit’s ‘Fruit Cocktail,’ 2017, with Rianna Petrone in front of the duo’s art (Austin Young and David Allen Burns) art installation, ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties,’ at The Bunker, curated by Laura Dvorkin Maynard Monrow and Phillip Estlund West Palm Beach, Florida. commissioned by Beth Rudin DeWoody photo courtesy of Fallen Fruit.
Thank you Art News, The Bunker, and thank you to everyone who participated in the performance of “Fruit Cocktail” Kataleya Davenport Dupree Ariel Rimm-Chanel and Rianna Petrone Our art installation ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ is on view at The Bunker. And Rianna’s genius strawberry Gibson hairdo!
We am very excited to announce the OPC organized exhibition “PANORÁMICA: Paisaje artístico de Puerto Vallarta,” opening at the Ex Convento del Carmen museum in Guadalajara on Friday, November 30th. Please join us.
Participating artists: Raymundo Andrade, Álvaro Arguelles, Rodrigo Ballester, Alfonso Bañoso, Marcela Bernal, Davis Birks, Evelyn Borren, Brewster Brockmann, Pipo Brockmann Daniel Calvillo, Colectivo Por Un Mejor Vallarta, Ada Colorina, Tony Cortes, Arturo Dávila, Carmina Diaz, Rogelio Diaz, Luis Espiridion, Fallen Fruit (Austin Young and David Allen Burns), Yesika Félix, Luis Galeano, Alejandra Ferrise Grant, César Girón, Raúl Henderson, Cecilia Hurtado, Josef Kandoll Wepplo, Daniel Lechón, Manuel Lepe, Yair López, Gerardo Moran Guillén, Oscar Moran Guillen, Kaz Kipp, Tania Mancha, Arturo Montero, Jorge Morales, Javiera Pintocanales, Jorge Ramírez R., Mauricio Rocha y Gabriela Carrillo, Javier Rodríguez, Eduardo Solórzano, Ed Starr, Ireri Topete
Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/925316614323827/
Join us! December 8 at Newcomb Art Museum!
EMPIRE critically examines the principles of archives and anthropology to interrogate the ways histories are told, remembered, and revised. The immersive artwork considers the historical and contemporary effects that colonialism, slavery, trade, and tourism have had on the movement of culture across and beyond borders to better understand the geographic and cultural position of New Orleans in relationship to Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America. EMPIRE invites viewers to creatively interpret the displayed objects, their connections, and their juxtapositions to generate new meanings.
EMPIRE at Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University is part of “Fallen Fruit of New Orleans” a suite of site-specific projects taking place throughout New Orleans from June 2017 through June 2018, commissioned and presented by Newcomb Art Museum, A Studio in the Woods, and Pelican Bomb. “Fallen Fruit of New Orleans” was initiated by Pelican Bomb in 2015.
Stoneview Nature Center: Civic Art Project Recognized at American for the Arts one of the 49 outstanding public art projects 2017! -Civic Art by Fallen Fruit, David Burns and Austin Young.
On Friday, June 15, Americans for the Arts honored 49 outstanding public arts projects created in 2017, including the civic artwork at the Stoneview Nature Center. The projects were chosen through the Public Art Network Year in Review program, the only national program that specifically recognizes the most compelling public art. Selected by public art experts, the roster of projects was unveiled at Americans for the Arts’ (AFTA) Annual Convention in Denver.
Information can be found HERE at Los Angele County Arts Commision.
Details can be found HERE at Americans For The Arts.
Initiated as a Design-Build competition by the County of LA, the Stoneview Nature Center project invited pre-qualified teams to transform a five-acre brownfield site into a highly sustainable nature center in the Blair Hills neighborhood of Culver City, CA. As an important node along the five mile “Park to Playa Trail”, the 4,000 square foot facility and surrounding gardens were envisioned as a place for community to come together and engage both socially and architecturally.
Congratulations to the entire team!
Architects Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
and Design-Build partner Ledcor
Landscape architect AHBE
Civic artists Fallen Fruit
Graphics by Omnivore
“The 5-acre Stoneview Nature Center two miles west of Stocker — and itself a stop on the Park-To-Playa Trail — sees Fallen Fruit’s integral design elements in a more conceptual but still absolutely edible landscape integrated into the new construction’s progressive municipal design/build award. Co-proposed with Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects, AHBE Landscape Design, and graphics by Omnivore, the site is a sustainable, multi-use vision for a community center featuring outdoor kitchen and gathering areas, art installations based on the neighborhood’s history, and at its heart, Fallen Fruit’s organic rainbow of living colors, rich symbolism, and narrative in the form of free harvests of pomegranates, lemons, oranges, avocados, grapes, berries and figs. “ – Shana Nys Dambrot, Huffington Post.
“THIS PROJECT IS A WIN FOR COUNTY RESIDENTS ALL AROUND. IT WILL EXPOSE YOUTH TO NATURE, CREATE JOBS, AND SERVE AS A PROTECTIVE HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE. ” – Mark Ridley-Thomas, LA County Board of Supervisors
Join us! FALLEN FRUIT PUBLIC PROJECTS At Manifesta 12 in Palermo Sicily!
ORANGE YOU GLAD I DIDN’T SAY BANANA
In exchange for drawing a self-portrait on a citrus fruit, get a glass of juice made from selected oranges, lemons, and mandarins from Palermo at Education Hub.
>SATURDAY 16th, 11.00-13.00 Piazza Magione at the Education Hub.
>SUNDAY 16th, 11.00-13.00 -Piazza Magione at the Education Hub.
Join us! Try a Fruit Infused vodka with David and Young – sample a glass of artist made vodka infused with Prickly Pear or Hybrid Citrus. What does your city taste like? The selected fruit is a collaboration with ORTO BOTANICO and the vodka is provided by VKUSNAYA.
>FRIDAY 15th, 17.00-18.00 at Palazzo Butera
>SATURDAY 16th, 17.00-18.00 at Palazzo Butera
>SUNDAY 16th, 17.00-18.00 at Palazzo Butera
FALLEN FRUIT PROGETTI PUBBLICI
David Allen Burns and Austin Young
ARANCIAI HAI ACCOLTO CHE NON HO DETTO BANANA
In cambio del disegno di un autoritratto su un agrume, prendi un bicchiere di succo di arance selezionate, limoni e mandarini da Palermo a Education Hub.
>SATURDAY 16th, 11.00-13.00 Piazza Magione
>SUNDAY 16th, 11.00-13.00 -Piazza Magione
COCKTAIL DI FRUTTA
Prova una vodka alla frutta infusa con David e Young – assaggia un bicchiere di vodka fatta a mano con infuso di fico d’india o ibrido. Che sapore ha la tua città? Il frutto selezionato è una collaborazione con ORTO BOTANICO e la vodka è fornita da VKUSNAYA.
>FRIDAY 15th, 17.00-18.00 at Palazzo Butera
>SATURDAY 16th, 17.00-18.00 at Palazzo Butera
>SUNDAY 16th, 17.00-18.00 at Palazzo Butera
Fallen Fruit is part of Manifesta 12, the twelfth edition of the European nomadic biennial, taking place in Palermo from 16 June until 4 November. The Fallen Fruit art installation will be at the magnificent Palazzo Butera of Palermo, located in the historical Kalsa district.
The Planetary Garden. Cultivating Coexistence is curated by By Manifesta 12 Creative Mediators: Bregtje van der Haak, Andrés Jaque, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Mirjam Varadinis.
We mapped the fruit available for everyone to share in Palermo and maps are available at Butera or online at the Endlessorchard.com/palermo
Manifesta 12 Palermo consists of more than 40 newly commissioned projects, public interventions, and performances held in various venues spread around Palermo’s neighbourhoods. Manifesta 12 Tickets allow visitors to discover ground-breaking projects inspired by the Manifesta 12 Palermo curatorial concept The Planetary Garden.Cultivating Co-existence, many of which are visible in public spaces and no ticket is needed.
Coming up May 12th and 19th!
Fallen Fruit San Bernardino!
Public art project, “Fallen Fruit San Bernardino!”
The Endless Orchard builds community through expanding public access to fresh fruit.
May 12th at the Feldheym Library from 1-3pm
Fallen Fruit zine workshop with Uncle Bacon AND The Endless Orchard, Fruit Tree Adoption
555 W 6th St., San Bernardino, CA 92410
May 19th at The Garcia Center for the Arts from 12-3pm
Fallen Fruit zine workshop with Nikia Chaney
The Endless Orchard– plant the perimeter!
536 W 11th St., San Bernardino, CA 92410
The zine workshops will result in the creation of a Fallen Fruit San Bernardino Magazine, celebrating our countywide community! Printmaker Uncle Bacon (a.k.a. Bob Hurton) and Inlandia Poet Laureate, Nikia Chaney will help guide participants as they create work through collage, illustrations and short written text. The final document becomes an electronic PDF available free for download.
DOWNLOAD Fallen Fruit Magazine, San Bernardino Edition, HERE
The Endless Orchard events will include a public fruit tree adoption at the Feldheym Library, and a “plant the perimeter” event at the Garcia Center for the Arts. What if instead of going to the grocery store for an apple, you just walked outside your door? Fallen Fruit helps the community to create a real living fruit orchard planted by the public, for the public – a movement of citizens transforming their own neighborhoods. Neighbors adopt fruit trees and plant them next to the sidewalk to share with the community. Participants sign an adoption form, agreeing to care for and share the fruit tree. Trees are mapped on the San Bernardino Endless Orchard Map- where anyone can map, plant and share fruit. The anchor of this map will be 12 trees planted on the grounds of the Garcia Center for the Arts.
The first “Fallen Fruit San Bernardino!” events took place in partnership with the San Bernardino County Museum. The museum hosted an art exhibition “Life in the Cracks,” a zine workshop and “Orange You Glad I didn’t Say Banana?” in which participants drew their self-portrait on an orange in exchange for a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice. Future “Fallen Fruit San Bernardino!” events are being planned in Victorville and Crestline. Details will be announced as dates and times are confirmed. For more information please visit http://www.artsconnectionnetwork.org
Arts Connection, The Arts Council of San Bernardino County, was awarded a California Arts Council Artists Activating Communities grant to bring a project from artist collective, Fallen Fruit to life in San Bernardino. Additional funds for programming were awarded by the San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission and Southern California Gas Company.
The artists of Fallen Fruit share a citywide project presented by Pelican Bomb, A Studio in the Woods, and Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University and in partnership with the City of New Orleans Department of Parks and Parkways, the Lower 9th Ward Center for Sustainable Engagement and Development, and the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South. Together with local residents, we planted 300 publicly accessible, fruit-bearing trees for everyone to share. Learn your fruits!
***go see “EMPIRE” by Fallen Fruit at Newcomb Art Museum through December 2018
Made possible through grant funding from the California Arts Council, The City of San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission, and SoCalGas.
“Fallen Fruit San Bernardino!” will include a series of events in different regions of the county. Our first public participatory event will be at the San Bernardino County Museum on March 10th. Celebrate the “Festival of Life in the Cracks” day by adopting a fruit tree, drawing a self portrait on an orange, or taking part in our collective zine project!
The Endless Orchard is coming to San Bernardino!
Collaborate with us by adopting a fruit tree to share with neighbors!
You can apply to adopt a tree if:
• You have a home, business, or community center in San Bernardino. Preference will be given to our neighbors in the Inland Empire basin.
• The tree will be accessible to neighbors and passersby – placed in the front of your yard right next to the sidewalk.
• You agree to water and care for the tree for the first three years.
• You’re willing to share the bounty! Your tree will be part of the Endless Orchard map, which shares the locations of public fruit trees throughout the city.
Contact David and Austin at info @ fallenfruit.org with any questions or to learn more.
Shown above is Fallen Fruit’s “Lemonade Stand.” Fallen Fruit San Bernardino, will feature a new iteration, “Orange You Glad You Didn’t Say Banana?”
ORANGE YOU GLAD I DIDN’T SAY BANANA
In exchange for drawing a self-portrait onto a hand-picked orange from the orchard on the property, each participant receives a glass of organic orange juice (also picked from the historic orchards). Collectively the orange self- portraits create a group portrait of everyone who joins us! Hand-drawn expressions illustrate joy and innocence as well as wisdom and age. During the project we will take portraits of participants along with their self-portraits and record stories about neighborhood and families of San Bernardino on the theme of … “Orange you glad…”
Fallen Fruit was originally conceived by David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young. Since 2013, David and Austin have continued the collaborative work.
Pelican Bomb, A Studio in the Woods, and Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University present “Fallen Fruit of New Orleans,” a citywide suite of public projects with internationally acclaimed artists Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young). This multi-site presentation continues Fallen Fruit’s exploration of the ways people experience public space. As one component, Fallen Fruit will plant 300 fruit trees throughout New Orleans in 2018—in honor of the city’s tricentennial. Individuals and community groups are able to adopt fruit trees, free of charge. In the spirit of sharing resources, trees must be planted to overhang a public sidewalk or street so that the fruit is accessible to passersby to pick.
On January 13, the planting initiative kicks off with a community day in the Lower 9th Ward. Together with neighborhood residents and volunteers from throughout the city, Fallen Fruit are planting 30 trees along the Bayou Bienvenue Wetland Triangle, inaugurating our first public fruit park in New Orleans. Through a partnership with the Lower 9th Ward Center for Sustainable Engagement and Development (L9CSED), the park will be maintained and available for residents year round.
With community outreach support from L9CSED and Movin’ for Life, over 40 residents and community groups have pre-reserved trees and these can be picked up 10 am–12 pm. Any remaining trees will be available on a first come, first served basis to residents of the Lower 9th Ward and may be adopted 12–2 pm at L9CSED’s Environmental Learning and Research Center on the corner of Florida and Caffin Avenues. Volunteers from the citywide New Orleans Martin Luther King Holiday Planning Commission will be on hand to assist with the transport and planting of fruit trees.
On January 20, we’re launching our second public fruit park, in Pontchartrain Park, featuring 50 fruit trees, planted and maintained in partnership with the City of New Orleans Department of Parks and Parkways. Gentilly residents and community groups are also able to adopt individual fruit trees: 10 am to 12 pm for those who have already reserved a tree and 12–2 pm for those who have not reserved a tree in advance, subject to availability. The adoptions will take place at the Joseph Bartholomew Clubhouse in Pontchartrain Park. Student volunteers from Tulane University and Loyola University, as part of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, will be available to assist with the transport and planting of fruit trees.
And on January 23, 4–6 pm, all interested New Orleans residents citywide can adopt a tree at Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University. Trees will be adopted on a first come, first served basis, and we cannot guarantee availability. Priority will be given to those who have pre-registered. This event also introduces Fallen Fruit’s upcoming exhibition “EMPIRE,” which opens April 12 at Newcomb Art Museum.
If you’re interested in volunteering or if you’re a community member interested in “Fallen Fruit of New Orleans,” contact email@example.com.
About Fallen Fruit’s Endless Orchard
Fallen Fruit started in 2004 in Los Angeles with the creative mapping of locations of fruit growing on or over public property, and since then the artists have worked in over 30 cities around the world. The planted fruit trees in New Orleans will join Fallen Fruit’s Endless Orchard, a massive, living public art and digital mapping project.
Fallen Fruit is an art collaboration originally conceived by David Burns, Matias Viegener, and Austin Young. Since 2013, Burns and Young have continued the collaborative work. “Fallen Fruit of New Orleans” was initiated by Pelican Bomb in 2015.
Contact Charlie Tatum at firstname.lastname@example.org with all press inquiries.
Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young)
Bananas in 3 Colors
Letterpress on Crane’s Ecru 134#
Edition of 30, 6 APs, 2 PPs
19.625 x 15.625″
$900 (price increases in three tiers of 10 as prints are sold)
Free Worldwide Shipping
*All proceeds from the print will benefit Fallen Fruit, the Endless Orchard, and planting fruit trees in public space for everyone to share.
Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young) has created a unique print in collaboration with Bert Green Fine Art in Chicago, and Aardvark Letterpress in Los Angeles. Fallen Fruit work with fruit as a medium to involve the public, create communities and initiate narrative by engaging through workshops and individual works of art. This print is made using fluorescent ink, and changes radically when viewed under a black light.
In addition to providing the materials for their public participatory project, Fallen Fruit Magazine, which included cutouts of various fruit and fashion magazines, the artists asked participants while they worked to think about the theme of “Utopia” and current events, such as the Women’s March on the day after the 2017 presidential inauguration.
Download Magazine here: FALLEN FRUIT MAGAZINE
“We are inspired by images about protest,” Young and Burns note. “Perhaps the Women’s March that had just happened galvanized everyone. People are really thinking about what could make the world a better place, and feeling empowered.”
Read the whole interview HERE.
Download Magazine here: FALLEN FRUIT MAGAZINE
Food by Design
The Museum of Design in Atlanta, Georgia is currently showing our work. The exhibition Food by Design: Sustaining the Future includes designers of living architecture, (Mitchell Joachim, David Benjamin) revolutionary food concepts (Ugly Food, Fallen Fruit, Victory Gardens of Tomorrow, Concrete Jungle) future foods (3D Printed foods, Cricket Bitters, Soylent, Memphis Meats), and food waste systems (Compost Wheels, Bionicraft Biovessel, and me).
Exhibition runs January 25 – May 21, 2017.
EARTH DAY: FALLEN FRUIT LAUNCHES THEIR WORLDWIDE PUBLIC ARTWORK,
April 22nd 2017/Los Angeles State Historic Park
The ENDLESS ORCHARD is a sustainable, edible, living artwork, fruit trees planted, cared for, and mapped by the public for everyone to share. Members of the public are invited to co-create ENDLESS ORCHARD by mapping existing public fruit trees or planting new ones in front of homes, schools, churches, or businesses. These fruit trees are planted along sidewalks and interstitial urban spaces, allowing us to explore and enjoy our cities in a new way. “The project is co-created by everyone who participates,” Together, we will make the largest and most generous collaborative public artwork in the world. Endless Orchard is an invitation to share and create more goodwill in our neighborhoods, cities, and planet.
ENDLESS ORCHARD is a social mapping platform that exists simultaneously in the digital and real world. Code Rodeo has partnered with Fallen Fruit to design and develop the Endless Orchard website (endlessorchard.com) and mobile app which will be free to use and download. They’ve also set up their on social media pages, including Instagram and Facebook, so people can follow any updates going on. And anyone can even share their fruit tree updates, as well as use the hash tag to be mentioned on the Endless Orchard page – this is sure to get you some free instagram followers in the process too. Anyone anywhere with access to a computer or smartphone can plant a fruit tree in front along the margins of public space of their property and map it on the Endless Orchard . With everyone who participates, the orchard grows larger and is shared with more people. Participants can share their backyard fruit and map trees that exist in public space in their neighborhoods. Fruit trees can be planted in collaboration with cities in public spaces and parks. Street side plantings delineate trails that connect neighborhoods- including urban food deserts to create access to fresh healthy fruit.
Fruit is a resource that could be commonly shared. “Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could just walk outside your door and grab an apple instead of going to the grocery store,” said Burns. “Over time the trees will become well-picked and openly used by residents and passersby – a living symbol of sharing, and a communal public resource.” “We can make our cities like community gardens.” says Young.
“In a real sense, it is the app itself which constitutes the claim of being the world’s largest public artwork. It incorporates Google Maps, user profiles, connections to kindred local groups, and media sharing, but pointedly also includes free flexible templates and suggested language for the use of any individual or group looking into replicating the action in their own community, including how to pursue permits for use of their own public spaces.” – says art critic, Shana Nys Drambot
Operating at the margins of public and private space, and the boundaries of social media and public participation, Fallen Fruit has planted fruit trees with local community groups, schools and the general public in Riverside, Portland, Philadelphia, Buffalo, NYC, Omaha, Madrid, Puerto Vallarta, Columbus, , and along streets and parks in Los Angeles. ENDLESS ORCHARD will be anchored by Fallen Fruit’s artwork, the “MONUMENT TO SHARING.” The monument will be unveiled (April 22nd 2017) at the opening of the Los Angeles State Historic Park. Operated by California State Parks in Downtown LA, the area was once at the epicenter of California fruit growing.
Endless Orchard GOALS:
“Join us! Fruit trees live longer than most people, and by expanding the Endless Orchard into your community you are sending a message to your kids – maybe even your kids’ kids’ kids! – not to mention supporting a positive collective attitude about sharing, community goodwill and commitment to sustainable lifestyles.”– Fallen Fruit, David Burns and Austin Young
Endless Orchard is a Creative Capital awarded project and funded by Creative Capital, The Muriel Pollia Foundation, The Good Works Foundation, The Awesome Foundation, and Endless Orchard Kickstarter campaign. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fallenfruit/the-endless-orchard-phase-1
Fallen Fruit is an art collaboration originally conceived in 2004 by David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young. Since 2013, David and Austin have continued the collaborative work. Fallen Fruit began by mapping fruit trees growing on or over public property in Los Angeles.http://fallenfruit.org/about/
Code Rodeo is a web and app development, social media, and digital marketing agency based in Boyle Heights. Female owned and operated and with an ethnically diverse team, Code Rodeo works with partners across non-profit and the creative industries to bring to life projects that are socially aware and experientially delightful.
http://endlessorchard.com/ (coming soon)
721 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina
McColl Center is located in a historic neo-Gothic church in Uptown Charlotte, McColl Center for Art + Innovation offers more than 5,000 square feet of Gallery space. We welcome the public to explore our exhibitions and attend our various events, including open studios, community engagement initiatives, workshops and more.
Take a look at our new STORE! Double win – you get something beautiful and the knowledge that you are giving back. All proceeds from our wrap scarves go to The Endless Orchard. Celebrate with us! Get 20% off your first order through December 1st. Use the code ‘FRUITCAKE’ when you checkout. www.fallenfruit.org/shop
You can also find our wrap scarves at 21c in Louisville and the Cooper Huitt Museum Store in NYC.