About

Mangroves from the Water Exhibition

26 July to 15 August 2020

The Project Space

Deakin University, Waterfront Campus, Geelong, Victoria, Australia

              

The curator:

Zahidah Zeytoun Millie

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:

Alexis Gambis, Nicola Cerini, Enrico Santucci, Deb Taylor, Richard Collopy, Jacqui Dreessens, Stephanie Neville, Geraldine Chansard, Peter & Helen Martin and Zahidah Zeytoun Millie.

The media:

2D Painting, Photography, Short film, Indigenous weaving, 3D Sculpture Installation Performance dance, Performance music.

The exhibition event will open on International Mangroves Day, 26 July, and end on 15 August 2020 leading to 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.

 

For more information, please see the Australia chapter links in our blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “About

  1. Shobha

    Hi Stephanie,
    I am a passionate crocheter . Kindly answer as to what the crochet square that you are asking will be used for to save the mangrove s . The coastline distance is around 3000 hectares across UAE. So the crochet squares would be used as a banner to attract attention to the project or used to fence around the coastline !!!!!

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    1. Hi
      Thank you for your interest. We aim to connect all the squares collecte to create a type of fence to raise awareness for the protection. It will be temporary, but it will be placed on site in the mangroves, yes.

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