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The Living Museum presents

a series of free webinar / Q + A events 

 in July and August 2020...

 

connecting art with environmental and cultural heritage in Melbourne
 


‘Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants’


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events #1 + #3


the flowerlands

1.30 - 2.15 pm
#1 Tuesday,
July 28    and
#3 Tuesday,  August 11


The history of Melbourne is deeply tied to its natural heritage.The little known Flowerlands of Melbourne’s west are one of the most culturally significant and yet critically endangered ecosystems in Australia.

During Covid 19 restrictions the Living Museum has produced a new video story about Melbourne’s Flowerlands.

Join the Living Museum committee members including producers of the exhibition Volcano Dreaming, Peter Haffenden and Kerrie Poliness, in a free Q + A session connecting art, environmental and cultural heritage.


register by email: events@livingmuseum.org.au

 register here 

Note: this event repeats, please don't forget to specify either July 22 or August 5


Preview the Flowerlands video presentation here...







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events #2 + #4


arts programs + residences

1.30 - 2.15 pm
#2 Tuesday,
August 4    and
#4 Tuesday,  August  18


Since it was founded in 1984 an integral component of the Living Museum’s activities has been the incorporation of  artistic and creative practices into its programs as part of its broader mission to document and interpret the lived and built histories and heritage of the region. 

During Covid 19 restrictions the Living Museum has produced a new video story about its Arts Programs and Residencies.

Join the Living Museum committee members and artists, including Matthew Davis and Kerrie Poliness,  in a free Q + A session connecting art with environmental and cultural heritage.

 



register by email: events@livingmuseum.org.au

 register here 

Note: this event repeats, please don't forget to specify either July 29 or August 12


Preview the Art Programs + Residencies video presentation here...



 

The Living Museum acknowledges the traditional owners of the land where we work, the Bunurung, Wathaurung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation.




‘Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants’












 

The Living Museum receives ongoing operational support from the City of Maribyrnong. 

                                                    

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