Thursday, October 14, 2021
09:00 AM
Across UK
Orana Arts

JOIN US // 14 October on Zoom, 7pm AEDT / 9am GMT

Andrew Howe and I will be having a chat with each other about the MOSSES AND MARSHES project, exhibition currently running at Qube, Oswestry, book, and the International Panel Discussion coming up in November, in partnership with Dubbo Regional Council / Western Plains Cultural Centre

This might also be a chance for a sneak peek at the show at Qube Arts too.

This talk is supported by Orana Arts
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The Mosses and Marshes project spans two countries – the UK and Australia, both with Ramsar listed wetlands of international importance. It brings together artists, land managers, and scientists to reimagine the future of these landscapes and the place they have in our communities.

In late 2018, Andrew Howe (UK) and Kim V. Goldsmith (NSW, AUS) began working together via the international art programme (Arts) Territory Exchange. They each researched and made many visits to make field recordings in their respective wetlands at the Fenn’s Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses and Macquarie Marshes. Their individual and collaborative work reflects local differences and shared global challenges for these fragile environments on opposite sides of the planet.

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