Only when the last tree has died, we will realise we cannot eat money..
exhibition title credit: Alanis Obomsawin
An exhibition that explores the theme of land ownership and usage within an environmental framework, highlighting the notion of human impact on the natural environment.
Artist Talk: Peter Biram and Professor David Karoly
Thursday 9 September, 7pm to 8.30pm, Cube 37 Main Studio
Peter Biram talks about his FAC Curved Wall exhibition with an introduction by climate change scientist Professor David Karoly of CSIRO exploring current environmental concerns including indigenous and non-indigenous fire management.
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Peter Biram, a Victorian and established landscape artist is collaborating with celebrated climate change scientist Professor David Karoly of CSIRO to bring together an exhibition of paintings at the Curved wall at the Frankston Art Centre. Biram who is also curating the project, will be giving an Artist talk introduced by Prof. Karoly which explores current environmental concerns. In particular Climate change and indigenous and non-indigenous fire management. “Art can be used as a conduit to more fruitful discussion and growing awareness of environmental issues without leading to confrontation” “Professor David Karoly has become a great collaborator who underscores my own awareness of the environmental issues of our times,” says Curator and artist Peter Biram. Prof David Karoly will introduce Peter at the start of his talk. He leads the National Environmental Science Program Earth System and Climate Change Hub at CSIRO.
Image: Peter Biram, Salt Landscape (detail),mounted on FAC facade
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Thursday 9 September - Saturday 30 October
T-F 11-4, Sat 9-2
closed public holidays