Sites of Connection — Walk + Talk


Join curator Megan Williams for a Walk + Talk through Sites of Connection.

*Sites of Connection* illuminates the work of artists at the intersection of creative practice and environmental research. The works move beyond the literal presentation of scientific research to demonstrate how artists employ creative methods to imaginatively explore environmental topics, illuminate ideas, spark curiosity, and generate dialogue. 

Date: Sat 4 Sep 
Time: 10-11am  

No bookings required.



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