Here is the schedule of talks, events and performances during our exhibition:
Mangroves from the water
Gordon Gallery, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia
26 July – 15 August
The exhibition will provide viewers with a range of media to appeal to as wide an audience as possible. The artists also hope to see discussions occurring throughout the exhibition in a series of colloquia.
The artists are:
Alexis Gambis, Nicola Cerini, Enrico Santucci, Deb Taylor, Richard Collopy, Jacqui Dreessens, Stephanie Neville, Geraldine Chansard, Peter & Helen Martin, and Zahidah Zeytoun Millie.
The exhibition event will open on International Mangroves Day, 26 July, and end on 15 August 2020 during National Science Week (15-23 August). Workshops on weaving, printing and painting will run during the multimedia exhibition and guest speakers will present related talks on mangroves and the Barwon region.
|Oskar Serrano||Deakin University||Coastal wetlands as weapons for climate change mitigation and time capsules of the human past|
|15 Aug, 1100-1200||Peter Martin||Deakin University||For the Beauty of the Earth|
|Zahidah Zeytoun Millie||Kayaking/water colour sketching.||Barwon River, Barwon Heads
|Water colours, sketch book, kayak (self provided)|
|1 Aug, 1000-1600||Helen Martin||Eco printing||Point Lonsdale|
|Deb Taylor||2 hour collage
|Project Space Gallery|
8 Aug, 1400-6500
|Jacqueline Dreessens||Environmental Dance Interpretation||The Project Space Gallery
|Nicola Cerini||Interpreting the mangroves: printing on plywood||The School of Lost Arts|
|Live music||Project Space Gallery|
|Jacqueline Dreessens||Environmental Dance Interpretation||The Project Space Gallery|