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Daring to Hope: panel discussion
4 December 2017
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Monday 4 December, 6-8.30pm
This event will be BSL interpreted and assistive technology is available for hard of hearing visitors.
Join four extraordinary artists and campaigners for a lively discussion on approaches to art and ways to sustain activism and hope in the Anthropocene.
It is part of ‘Extinct Icons & Ritual Burials’ – ONCA’s exhibition to mark Lost Species Day, whose 2017 theme is pollinators.
- Megan Hollingsworth, US-based writer and performer and founder of Extinction Witness
- Clare Whistler, artist and co-founder of WATERWEEK
- Louise Lily Gibson, creative communication/ BSL specialist and photographic artist
- Josie Cohen, campaigner for PAN-UK (Pesticide Action Network – UK)
Doors and bar from 6pm, talk starts at 6.30pm. This event is free but all donations are warmly welcomed, please reserve your space via Eventbrite.
Image: ‘Bats Together With Flower’ created by Jan Harrison for Lost Species Day 2017.
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