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Ecologies in the Landscape: A Weekend of Ecology through ceramics and talks at the CORRIDOR project

‘Abstracted Ecologies’ uses an artistic framework to investigate the aesthetic of biological forms that exist in our world such as cellular structures, water systems and native flora.

When: Saturday, August 17 2019. 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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Where: the CORRIDOR project
2997 Darbys Falls Road, Wyangala, NSW, 2808
Topic: Environment and nature
Cost: $200 both days $100 per day session all equipment and materials supplied
Bookings: 0413910697
thecorridorproject@icloud.com
https://nas.edu.au/product/national-science-week-abstracted-ecologies-in-clay-saturday-only/
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Program Overview – Part 1

Local scientists Martin Driver and Jo Lenehan + National Art School artist Merran Esson will co-facilitate a weekend field-trip session identifying the health of soil, plant and river ecologies situated along the Lachlan River.

Workshops tutored by Merran Esson in Abstracted Ecologies in Clay on both Saturday 17  and Sunday 18 August as Part 1 + Part 2. Different methodologies will be explored on both days.

Additional Information:

Accommodation and catering: https://www.thecorridorproject.org/booking

Contact details:

Phoebe Cowdery
the CORRIDOR project
Email: thecorridorproject@icloud.com
Phone: 0413 910 697

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