Art Earth Art

Creative force

Monday, 6 June 2011

Art has the potential of reaching out to people in a way that hard data doesn’t. So goes the theory on why unleashing creativity is a potent weapon in the fight against climate change.


Bear melts for World Environment Day

Tuesday, 31 May 2011

A touchable, life-sized statue of a hunting polar bear will arrive at Customs House Square in Sydney later this week. Coinciding with World Environment Day, this is the sixth stop on the Ice Bear’s global tour, which highlights the urgent threat of climate change to Arctic life.

The Tour de Pyrmont

20 May 2012

The Pyrmont festival of Food, Wine and Art invites you to one of it's main highlights- a one day outdoor festival with live entertainment, over 120 wines from the Mudgee region and a variety of local gourmet foods for tasting. The "Tour de Pyrmont" is a new join-in event that invites you to ride your bike and enter the "art on wheels" competition. There's a cash prize of $500 for the most creatively dressed rider in the theme of GREEN. Judged by bike enthusiast Nell Schofield from 12:30 to 1PM in front of Culture at Work, 6-8 Scott Street, Pyrmont

Where: Pirrama Park, Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
When: 11AM - 5PM, Sunday 20 May, 2012
Cost: Free
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In the Balance: Art for a Changing World

21 August - 31 October

Drawing on the Museum of Contemporary Art's own collection, and loans from across the country, Australian and international contemporary artists reflect on environmental debates and concerns within and beyond Australia today. Mediums from photography, film, performance, installation and architecture help to address issues including sustainability and recycling. The exhibition explores the role of community engagement and participation with projects taking place both within and outside the Museum.

Where: Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay, Sydney, NSW
Cost: Free
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