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Artlink: Disaster and Fortitude

State Library of Queensland

Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (AEST)

Artlink: Disaster and Fortitude

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Join us for the launch of the Artlink’s December issue Disaster & Fortitude, which opens a window on artists whose work reflects the global emergency of climate change, from bushfires to tsunamis, and cyclones to deepwater oil drilling.


This issue of Artlink opens up a new window on artists whose work reflects the global emergency of climate change, bushfire, flood, tsunamis and cyclones and nuclear meltdown, deepwater oil drilling and more. Artists include Ken & Julia Yonetani, Carmel Wallace, Lloyd Godman, Merilyn Fairskye, DV Rogers, and collectives Stoked, and the Williams River Valley Artists.

 

During the launch, hear from guest speaker Drew Hutton, co-founder of the Greens Party and founder of the Lock The Gate movement.

 

The first 15 people to arrive and register on the night will receive a complimentary copy of Disaster & Fortitude. There will also be special launch prices on current issue and subscriptions.

 

Thu 6 Dec, 6pm
John Oxley Library, level 4
Free, bookings required slq.eventbrite.com or 3840 7768


If you have booked and are now unable to attend this event please advise us via email learningparticipation@slq.qld.gov.au as soon as possible so we can reallocate your ticket.

 

Image: Mark Coreth, Melting Polar Bear, London, 2010

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