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Posted in Events, Seeking by Ferne Edwards on April 30th, 2009

The Sustainable Cities Round Table – The Energy to Change, 20 May 2009

SustainableMelbourne.com and the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL) are looking for artists to display their environmentally-themed art work at the upcoming Sustainable Cities Round Table – The Energy to Change, Thursday 20 May 2009. The Sustainable Cities Round Tables are events held approx. every 6 weeks that feature a variety of speakers who provide three minute glimpses of what they are doing to create a sustainable Melbourne. The talks are diverse in their perspective, topics and approaches whilst also balancing well-known leaders with fresh, local talent. The upcoming Sustainable Cities Round Table on Energy will take place from 6-8pm, Thursday 20 May, at the Village Roadshow Theatrette, Entry 3, La Trobe Street, State Library of Victoria.
We would like to complement the series of presentations with a temporary art exhibition, to take place in the foyer after the presentations between approximately 7:15 to 8pm. Works would need to be easy to set up and remove. We expect approximately 100 people to attend the event from across government, academia, industry and community. The works and their artists will be mentioned with respect to the event and on our website, SustainableMelbourne.com. More Sustainable Cities Round Tables will be held later in 2009 if you would prefer to participate at a later date.

If you are interested in being involved please contact: Ferne Edwards, Sustainable Cities Research Officer, Victorian Eco-Innovation Laboratory (VEIL), Australian Centre for Science, Innovation and Society, University of Melbourne
E: fedwards@unimelb.edu.au, T: (03) 8344 9268

To find out more about Sustainable Melbourne visit: www.sustainablemelbourne.com
To find out more about the Sustainable Cities Round Tables visit: http://www.sustainablemelbourne.com/category/sustainable-cities-round-tables/.
To find out more about the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab project visit: www.ecoinnovationlab.com.

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