Heat

Art and Climate Change

Heat is a major international exhibition held in conjunction with the conference Cultures of Sustainability which provides artist and writers the opportunity to expose the pressing issues of climate change , and highlight how this is a global issue connecting individuals, local communities, cities and nations. In collaboration with the Art & Sustainability Research Cluster , RMIT University.

Art Exhibition previously on at RMIT Gallery in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 12 September 2008 to Saturday 18 October 2008
Launch Thursday 11 September 2008, Exhibition opening: Thursday 11th September, 6-8pm Gallery Hours: Mon-fri 11am-5pm, Sat 2-5pm

Southern Cross - to bear and behold 2007/8 image

Published by RMIT Gallery on Friday 05 September 2008.
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Curated by Dr Linda Williams wirh Suzanne Davies and Sarah Morris. Artists Max Eastley & David Buckland, Bonita Ely, Rew Hanks, Ash Keating and the 2020? Project, Janet Laurence, Sam Leach, Tony Lloyd, Anne Noble, Jill Orr, Simon Perry with Beau Emmett and Carmen Reid , Gregory Pryor, Georgina Read, Martin Rieser, Klaus Rinke, Cameron Robbins, Philip Samartzis & Michael Vorfeld, Roslyn Taplin, Mark Wilson & Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir , Ken Yonetani.

Location

344 Swanston Street
Melbourne Vic 3000