AELA's Earth Arts program connects with artists and creatives around Australia, and in 2023/2024 we're inviting amazing artists to share stories about their work and what inspires them.
On 12 April, please join us for a fantastic conversation with artists Merete Megarrity and Renata Buziak, about their nature-inspired arts practice. Facilitated by Dr Michelle Maloney, AELA's Co-founder and National Convenor.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS
Merete is a visual artist and Doctor of Visual Arts candidate at the Queensland College of Art, Meanjin. Her research explores the intersection between sculpture, installation, sound, video, ecology, and art history and focuses on how an installation practice can help an audience make kin with the more-than-human in the context of environmental breakdown. Visit Merete's website here: http://www.meretemegarrity.com...
DR RENATA BUZIAK
Renata Buziak is a biochrome photomedia artist, educator and researcher helping people to reconnect with nature. Her PhD research (2015) focused on medicinal plants of Minjerribah in consultations with the Quandamooka Peoples. In 2022 Binna Burra Lodge invited Renata to create her signature biochrome images on the Binna Burra Cultural Landscape; and develop and lead a new Art. Nature. Science. Program. Visit Renata's website here: https://renatabuziak.com
ABOUT AELA's EARTH ARTS PROGRAM
The Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) is a national not-for-profit organisation working to increase the understanding and practical implementation of Earth-centred governance, with programs that focus on shifting towards Earth-centred law, economics, education and ethics. Cultural change is a vital part of building Earth-centred governance, and AELA's Earth Arts Program (www.eartharts.org.au) showcases artists and creatives from around Australia who are working on nature inspired creative practice.
Visit our Earth Arts website to see our Virtual Galleries, read our 'Earthwords and Artlings' Anthologies, listen to the sounds of nature and read about the amazing artists who connect with AELA's work (www.eartharts.org.au)
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Earth Arts website: www.eartharts.org.au
AELA's website: www.earthlaws.org.au
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