The Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

May 12, 2011 to June 12, 2011

  • Melbourne – May 12 – 22
  • Canberra – May 26 – 29
  • Alice Springs – May 27 – 29
  • Brisbane – June 3 – 4
  • Sydney – Jun 3 – 5
  • Byron Bay – June 3 – 5
  • Adelaide – June 10 – 12
  • Perth – June 10 – 12

Check out HRAFF’s Awesome Program

Australian Living’s Five Keys to a Sustainable Home Seminar

April 14, 2011 to April 29, 2011

Appealing to architects, building designers, assessors, builders. engineers and consumers this seminars provide valuable information and insight on how to make homes more sustainable.

The two hour CPD seminar showcases a recently completed 8 star home as a case study with the project manager and live-in owner, Cameron Rosen sharing his journey of designing, developing, building and living in this sustainable home.

After sold out seminars in Sydney we are now touring to:

Adelaide – 14th and 15th April 2011
Melbourne – 19th and 20th April 2011
Brisbane – 28th and 29th April 2011

FOR MORE INFO AND TO BOOK (places strictly limited)

Ngapartji Ngapartji

Ngapartji Ngapartji emerges from eight years of research and development between Scott Rankin and Trevor Jamieson and the Jamieson family. From this foundation, it continues to evolve as a cross-cultural social change project. Ngapartji Ngapartji has many layers involving language learning, teaching and maintenance, community development, crime prevention, cross cultural collaboration, creating new literacy training models as well as film, art and theatre making.

David Suzuki is in Australia

October 20, 2010 to October 29, 2010

David Suzuki, internationally renowned scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster will be touring Australia to promote his new book, The Legacy. A distillation of the wisdom and experience of David Suzuki’s long and passionate love affair with Planet Earth and his legacy for generations to come. Click here for a full list of David’s public appearances.

Levitate: new Atdec monitor re-defining workplace aesthetics

Radical new monitor mounting design, Levitate, by Atdec re-defines workplace aesthetics. In keeping with the movement toward a greener planet, Levitate has also been designed with complete environmental responsibility in mind. Each of its parts is recyclable and can be broken down into their individual base components. No hazardous or VOC emitting materials are used and raw metal finishes are maximised. Even its packaging is designed for the use of recycled paper pulp and recyclable paper material wherever possible.

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