Dire - art and science on land rivers sea @ South Coast Regional Art Centre
Dire is the fourth in a series of exhibitions inviting artists to interpret both the threats to and the beauty of the South Australian gulfs. Over seventy artists representing many genres have exhibited their work in the first three exhibitions. All have asked the viewers to see and understand the severe risks ahead in managing the living environment so that it is not degraded to a point where it cannot recover. This exhibition, presented by the Centre for Culture Land and Sea, expands in three directions. It is now biennial. Artists will be invited to workshops with scientists early in 2016 to fully engage with the threats to the land, rivers and sea. Scientists will offer analyses for the current challenges and suggest ways around the current crises. Workshops will also develop skills in decoding messages from government and other organisations saying ‘Trust us, it is all under control’. New artists are invited to participate in this series of workshops, to prepare for the fourth exhibition, Dire, at the South Coast Regional Art Centre.
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