Exhibiting at 3 locations. This multimedia exhibition showcases the importance of country and culture through photography, art and film. For generations Kokatha Mula custodians have cared for their pristine mallee woodlands, including rockholes, soaks and wildlife. DANTE’S Resturant & Gallery, November 6-16. Also a rock’n gig on the 29th. www.kokathamula.auspics.org.au
An exhibition that explores the effects of climate change on Pacific island nations. This new exhibition will be among the first to tackle a pressing consequence of climate change – the expected loss of Pacific island nations and resulting migration.
Daily until November 16. More info here
The designers, John Dixon, Ian Factor, Alex McDowell and Peter Rozea are all graduates from the prestigious Sturt School for Wood in mittagong and are passionate about their craft, seeing this as an opportunity to promote awareness of the use of sustainable timber sources.
The exhibition will showcase a range of furniture items from dining, hall and coffee tables to chairs, bookcases, blanket boxes and chests of drawers. All at very reasonable prices. More info here
Oct 14 : Triple Event : Exhibit review + SRD Change 08 Prize Giving + SRD AGM :: 6.30pm Stirring Appetites exhibition review by Christian Tietz DAB LAB Level 4 courtyard 702 Harris St :: then on to Level 1 restaurant in Agincourt Hotel cnr Broadway + Harris St for 7.15pm SRD Change Prize award to all involved :: Followed by 8pm SRD AGM year reviewed + elect SRD exec. at Agincourt Hotel :: Ultimo, Sydney, Australia. See SRD for more info
GreenTech is on this weekend. Leading Australian and International brands will have the opportunity to showcase and demonstrate products and services relating to green building, sustainable product design and green or clean energy technologies. Featuring the SRD Change 08 exhibition of student work. Sorry for the late posting.
Sustainable furniture with heart by Melbourne based designers from a range of sustainable materials including FSC Timber. Opening Night is Monday 10 November 2008, 6 – 8p.m. More details here