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Who Speaks for the Earth?: Energy, Politics and Art

RMIT Gallery

Thursday, 7 May 2015 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (AEST)

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A free public forum how climate change and environmental risks are represented from different positions in the arts, politics and in debates on nuclear energy. Presented as part of the RMIT Gallery exhibition Japanese Art After Fukushima: Return of Godzilla, the Art + Climate = Change 2015 festival celebrating and identifying Australian and international artists working with environmental ideas and Melbourne Conversations, the City of Melbourne's Program of free talks.

 

Speakers include Dr Helen Caldicott, Author and environmental activist, William L. Fox Director Art+Environment Nevada Museum of Art, Associate Professor of Art, Associate Professor Linda Williams RMIT School of Art, Professor Paul James Honorary Professor of Globalization and Cultural Diversity in RMIT's Globalism Research Centre, Professor of Environmental Humanities, Kate Rigby, Monash University and, David Buckland, Artistic Director Cape Farewell UK.

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Deakin Edge
Federation Square, Melbourne
VIC 3000
Australia

Thursday, 7 May 2015 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (AEST)


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RMIT Gallery

RMIT Gallery is RMIT University's premier exhibition space. It presents an engaging and thought provoking program of exhibitions and events; featuring emerging and established Australian and international artists working across visual art, new media, sonic art, design, fashion, technology and popular culture. RMIT Gallery is committed to showcasing RMIT research outcomes and cultural stories, and to presenting exhibitions and events that are relevant to the student population and experience. The gallery is centrally located at 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne, near the intersection with La Trobe Street.

 

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