A Moving Image of Climate Justice: On collaboration
A public talk with Gooreng Gooreng Elders Juliri Ingra and Neola Savage, and Yallarm/Gladstone-born artist Rachel O'Reilly about the making of INFRACTIONS 2019, currently showing at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum (GRAGM).
The film platforms First Nations cultural workers’ struggles against shale gas plans threatening 51% of the Northern Territory. This is the last work of The Gas Imaginary (2013-2020) project, which has tracked the rollout of unconventional gas from the point of view of cultural work and climate justice.
The panel will address climate change from the experience of First Nations and talk about collaboration, solidarity and education through art.
This is the final day to see the film at GRAGM. For further information about the film visit the exhibition page.
When: 10.30am, Saturday, 10 April 2021
Where: Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, Cnr Goondoon & Bramston Sts, Gladstone QLD
RSVP by 3pm, Friday, 9 April 2021. Phone (07) 4976 6766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask you that you do not attend if you; have returned from overseas or a COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days, have cold or flu like symptoms, have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
INFRACTIONS is a travelling exhibition organised by the Institute of Modern Art, with public programs supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.