Bunjil Place partners with ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 for an exploration of environmental issues

Join Bunjil Place for a socially engaged festival of ideas, exhibitions, performance and events as part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019.

For those looking for a culinary experience Of This Earth by Carbon Arts will take guests on a sensory and gastronomic journey between the rooms and spaces of Bunjil Place with a delicious degustation menu designed by chef, Alex Perry. Saturday 4 May, 6:30pm. Tickets are $85.

Discover ways to solve the ecological, economical and social crises that our countries are going through with the award-winning French documentary Demain (Tomorrow, 2015), directed by Cyril Dion and Mélanie Lauren. Featuring an informative introduction with the executive director of CLIMARTE and creative producer of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 festival Bronwyn Johnson. Wednesday 8 May, 7:30pm.

With humans building cities, damming rivers, digging up fossil fuels and transforming the very face of Earth, You’re Safe Til 2024 offers a chance to reflect on the strange time that we are living in. Join writer and theatre-maker, David Finnigan for a performance that discusses global change and shares the fascinating stories of the scientists behind his theory. Friday 10 May 7pm, Saturday 11 May 2pm and Sunday 12 May 5pm.

For a cleaner future, learn some great ways to cut down on waste with Towards a Zero Waste Life with The Rogue Ginger hosted by Erin Rhoads, author of Waste Not, who is making a big difference by throwing away less. Monday 6 May, 7:30pm.

Environmental designer, author and futurist, David Holmgren will also inspire audiences to achieve a more sustainable life through Creating Change in Casey with presentations on Transition Towns and Love Our Street. Saturday 4 May, 9:30am – 3pm.

Littlefoot & Company will showcase a special Spoken Word night addressing the environment and climate change, providing guests with the opportunity to learn about some of the most important issues facing us. Tuesday 7 May, 7:30pm.

Join Natural Wonder: Western Port and Its Future as leading scientists, environmentalists and thinkers celebrate the importance and contemplate the future for Western Port, the UNESCO World Heritage listed site. Thursday 9 May, 7:30pm. Meanwhile Dr. Vera Möller will lead audiences on a visual exploration of the fauna, flora and terrain of the coast of Western Port through her exhibition A Thousand Tides accompanied with an artist talk, workshops and children’s programs taking place up until Thursday 6 June.

For all bookings head to www.bunjilplace.com.au/events or call 9709 9700.

This program is part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 23 April–19 May, a socially-engaged festival of exhibitions, theatre works, keynote lectures, events and artist talks considering climate change impacts and the challenges and opportunities arising from climate change. For more information: http://www.artclimatechange.org

Creating Change in Casey
Saturday 4 May, 9:30 am – 3.00 pm
Bunjil Place
Bookings essential

Demain (Tomorrow, 2015)
Wednesday 8 May 7.30 pm
Bunjil Place Studio
Tickets $15
Bookings essential

Natural Wonder: Western Port and its Future
Thursday 9 May 7.30 pm
Bunjil Place Studio
Tickets $15
Bookings essential

You’re Safe Til 2024
Friday 10 May 7.00 pm, Saturday 11 May 2.00 pm, Sunday 12 May 5.00 pm
Bunjil Place Studio
Tickets $15
Bookings essential

Of This Earth 2019
Saturday 4 May, 6.30 pm
Bunjil Place Foyer
Tickets $85
Bookings essential

Towards a Zero Waste Life with The Rogue Ginger
Monday 6 May 7.30 pm
Bunjil Place Studio
Tickets $10
Bookings essential

Spoken Word
Tuesday 7 May, 7.30 pm
Bunjil Place Studio
FREE