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Lost Species Day 2020 Exhibition: Beyond Ruin
27 November 2020 – 28 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.
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:
ABOUT LOST SPECIES DAY
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
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