about me

I am a designer / artist / grower, specialising in co-design and community engagement.  I am interested in the ways in which communities can work together to create healthy, resilient neighbourhoods, and am completely obsessed with my allotment.

To see more of my work, including Commun-i-tea (the strengthening of community through tea drinking), go to www.sarahgriffithsdesign.moonfruit.com

You’ll also find me on Twitter, Scoop it and LinkedIn

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11 Comments on “about me”

  1. Liz says:

    Hi Sarah
    Can’t find your email address on here so going to post here instead.
    I’m planning a similar trip to Cuba next year. Would you have a contact email to pick your brains? I’m particularly interested to hear what kind of visa you are travelling on and how you have secured this.
    Thanks in advance
    Liz

  2. Hi Liz – I’ll send you an email…

  3. Ray Harris says:

    Hi Sarah

    I like your web-site and good to see you are following up on the community engagement… good luck with your plans. i am travelling at the moment and in Melbourne just now. i will be staying at the East Warburton, Theravadin monastery for a few days next week, so I looking forward to that. i see your posts on facebook from time to time.

    All the best

    Ray

    • Hi Ray, thanks for commenting… I’ve also been enjoying your blog posts – love the artwork – hope you’re producing some work on your trip. Have a great time at the monastery, sounds amazing!

  4. Isabel says:

    Hey Sarah – I really liked reading your blog; I’m studying sustainable development, and traveling to Cuba this week (!!!), and I’d love to visit INIFAT. Could I ask you some questions?

    Congratulations on inspiring work!

  5. Katie says:

    Hello Sarah,
    Would it be possible to use one of your images of the garden in Cuba for a school project? I am a student at Harvard Graduate School of Design and this is for a visual essay on organoponicos. You will receive full credit and the work could be published at some future date but we are not sure when.

    Have a great day and look forward to hearing back from you!

    ~Katie

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  7. Almorgeon says:

    Hello Sarah I’m glad reading your blog about INIFAT because I live in a neighborhood of INIFAT Thanks for your commentary


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