We are inviting people with graphic design and illustration skills to volunteer to help with the production of the Zero Carbon Australia 2020 report.
This report is a blueprint for the transition to a decarbonised Australian economy by 2020.
A great project to use your design skills to create real change in the fight against climate change. This report will be promoted nationally by a large network of organisations and be formally launched as a major event of the Sustainable Living Festival.
State of Design Festival is developed to increase the awareness of the value of design and showcase how design generates innovation, promotes sustainability and adds value to business and society. EOI due 15 February 2010.
Reverse Garbage is proud to support a school holiday surfing program where Koori kids learn to surf, learn about their culture and express themselves through surfboard art.
We supplied a couple of old boards and are really excited at the results – and we need more.
We are asking artists to exhibit works in any medium which respond to the idea of gardening sustainably, with particular emphasis on growing our own food. The exhibition will run from the 5th February to 14th of March, 2010 at the Bolin Bolin Gallery at Bulleen Art & Garden.
Expressions of interest due by 10 December
Seen and Heard in 2010, its second year, will follow on from a showcase of questions on class, race, ability/disability, gender and sexuality.
Due: January 14th
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