Volunteers at ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 program launch

Lauren Berkowitz: The Bottles, Margaret Lawrence Gallery

Bike tour with Squeaky Wheel
Ted Barraclough: Birdman, Chapter House Lane

Ed Morris (USA)
Avowing the Political: Art and Social Change

EXIT, Ian Potter Museum of Art
Photo by Mjarni Butlersden

John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea, Ian Potter Museum of Art
Photo by Mjarni Butlersden

Yhonnie Scarce: Hollowing Earth, TarraWarra Museum of Art

Luminous Relic, Geelong Gallery
Mandy Martin, Alexander Boynes, Tristen Parr

Wesley Stacey: The wild thing, Monash Gallery of Art

Artist talk with Raymond Arnold
Australian Galleries

Regenesis, Acland Street St Kilda
Image: p1xels

Wesley Stacy: The wild thing
Monash Gallery of Art
School visit

Yandell Walton: Human Effect
Arts Centre Melbourne

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