Queer Happenings in the Burren

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Bespoke Workshops

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We offer workshops to educators, liberation organisations, soil workers, forged families,
communities and friend groups — as well as, special events and collaborations. 


These can happen through the workshops examples listed below,
or as more bespoke gatherings that fit the needs of your group
(for instance a fermentation session centred around a
community allotment/ garden harvest or in partnership with a foraging experience).

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WORKSHOPS

If you have a group of 6-12 folx that would like a 2-3 hour workshop, or shorter presentation, simply make contact here or reach out to us on social media @savage.craic

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Queer Your Guts
An Introduction to Fermentation

Get your hands into the fundamentals of fermentation, learn how to incorporate ferments into your daily life and play with flavours while exploring the queer ecology of microbes and fermentation as a liberatory practice.

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A Queer Brew
Potions and Wild Yeast

An introduction to beverage-based ferments, including hands-on making of tibicos and the cultivation of wild yeast. Tuck into some science, history and philosophical discussion, plus overviews and materials on everything from making a ginger bug to delicious (and healing) mocktails.

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Queer Materials
Animism for Artists

An exploration through sonic ecologies to develop new relationships with one’s creative materials. Engage with the material world as a living extension of your creative practice and make art through reciprocity.

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FERMENTS & POTIONS 

We also hand craft ferments such as our Burren Kymchi, Goth Sauce, Kombucha Mustard, Massive Chili and other seasonal treats. Additionally, we make healing potions for activists, culture workers, and direct action

Check out What’s Fermenting for details

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GATHERINGS
We have also hosted several local community groups & plan to host more once our residency is established like our:

Queer Ecology Salon
Hedgerow Academics spilling Tea

We are also active in the Queer Sheds Project, an Apartheid Free Zone, & a proud member of the Fermenters Guild.