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Lost Species Day 2020 Exhibition: Beyond Ruin

27 November 202028 February 2021

For this year’s Lost Species Day, ONCA and textile artist Katie Tume AKA Mother Eagle have co-curated a group exhibition ‘Beyond Ruin’ in our Gallery windows and online.

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Lost Species Day 2020 invites participants to consider how their work can or does contribute to and strengthen the growth of the intersectional environmental movement. This exhibition, accompanied by a weekend of online events, is ONCA’s offering for 2020. We are delighted to confirm the following artists as exhibitors:

Katie Tume AKA Mother Eagle | Selina Nwulu | Ruby WolfeFelipe JacomeDenilson BaniwaJosephine ChimeDeru Anding


Remembrance Day for Lost Species, November 30th, is a chance each year to explore the stories of extinct and critically endangered species, cultures, lifeways, and ecological communities. Find out more here.

Image credit: Mount Delectable by Mother Eagle


27 November 2020
28 February 2021
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