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Catherine Nolan sends images of her work in progress and a plan with notes: The paintings are related to the way climate change is affecting coral reefs, and will contain images that have developed from what I have learned, both … Continue reading
When? 6:00 PM, 5 March 2014 Where? UTS The Great Hall How can science, politics and the media come together? Why is there no mass movement to address climate change?
Bill Gladstone alerts me to this paper: Cultivating Creativity in Conservation Science CLARE E. ASLAN1, MALIN L. PINSKY2, MAUREEN E. RYAN3,4,5, SARA SOUTHER6 andKIMBERLY A. TERRELL7 Article first published online: 27 NOV 2013 DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12173 © 2013 Society for Conservation … Continue reading
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Dancer/choreographer Caterina Mocciola leads a conversation around Codes of sense and reason. On Mon, 07 Apr 2014 11:19:30 +1000 Rosemary Simons <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: I found the interviews fascinating. They seemed to draw me in as as if I was in … Continue reading
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This painting represents the cycle of relationships between krill, diatoms, whales and birds. Movement qualities in the lines suggest the artist’s training as a dancer. Carolyn Whan (1955 – 2012) was an Australian artist whose great grandparents came from China, … Continue reading
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The tiny space beneath the microscope is suddenly a whole world. Finally I get to draw microscopic plants and animals from life. I see a green Hydra, a Spyrugyra (a genus of filamentous green algae) and a Vorticella-like creature (a … Continue reading