Upcycling is trending in a major way.
With everyone on the lookout for easy ways to repair and reuse everything from furniture and food to clothing and household items, saving cash and keeping them out of landfill, an upcoming exhibition is perfectly timed to keep the momentum going in Cork.
The ReUse Republic exhibition will be showcasing some Ireland’s most innovative and imaginative upcyclers, reuse initiatives and eco businesses on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 from 2pm-7pm.
Held at Cork County Hall and free to the public, the exhibition will give attendees the opportunity to meet people involved in various reuse themes; including furniture, food, clothing, paint and more.
Sign up for a workshop
In addition to the main exhibition hall, there will also be a series of talks, demonstrations, and a clothing swap shop taking place throughout the event, part of Reuse Month with Cork County Council.
Chef Lilly Higgins will be hosting a talk aimed at making the most out of every single potential ingredient in your kitchen. Don’t miss her workshop for loads of new ideas, recipes and tips on how to cut down on food waste, reduce the amount of plastic in your kitchen, meal plan and shop to save money and the environment.
Other exhibitors include Badly Made Books, Cork Zero Waste, Twig Refill, Food Cloud, Handmade By Kata, Mamukko and ReCreate.
Register for your free Reuse Republic tickets here.