Feminist Responses to Climate Change
Feminist Responses to Climate Change: Unruly experimentations for unstable times: is a suite of newly commissioned work by emerging and established artists responding to anthropocentric crisis in unruly ways. Forging new research practices to extend reparative possibilities for alternative climate futures via multispecies worldings, what has emerged are a set of ethical propositions for living well together in these uncertain times.
Gallery 25: Building 10, Edith Cowan University (ECU), Mount Lawley Campus, WA 6050
24 Sept – 14 Oct 2021 (Tuesday to Friday 10am – 4pm)
Exhibition Opening: Thursday, 23 Sept 2021 5pm–7pm (performance at 6pm)
Materialising fibrous story-telling methods with Associate Professor Affrica Taylor, University of Canberra and ECU: Friday, 1 October 11am-1pm, AWST
An interdisciplinary roundtable with members from the Centre for People, Place & Planet – ECU Strategic Research Centre: Tuesday, 5 October 9am-10am, AWST
CREAtec Floor Talk: Wednesday, 13 October 12.30pm-1.30pm , AWST
Every Body is Exhausted
Professor Mindy Blaise, invites you to attend a public lecture with Dr Astrida Neimanis of Sydney University, our virtual visiting scholar. In this talk, Astrida connects her longstanding interests in watery embodiment as a mode of connection between species, times, and worlds to the growing need to find ways of resting, together. Astrida currently works as senior lecturer in Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney on Gadigal Land, in Sydney, Australia. (Zoom tickets available)
Building 3, Room 3.208: Edith Cowan University (ECU), Mount Lawley Campus, WA 6050
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: It is enough?
Teachers share their experiences of working to keep a waste material in sight and in mind over a nine-month period. They will discuss how the arts, pedagogical documentation and dialogue helped them to transform children’s and their own relationship with waste. You will be invited to dialogue with the teachers about their experience and pose questions about their pedagogical documentation.
Building 18, Room 18.101: Edith Cowan University (ECU), Mount Lawley Campus, WA 6050