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FORUM: Climate Change, Culture + Cuisine

Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on November 21st, 2011

28 November , 2011
6:00 pmto7:30 pm

Can we eat our way to a biodiverse future? The future of sustainable food lies in a complete rethink of how humans relate to the natural environment through collective engagement.

Carbon Arts and Arena Project Space invite you to join the Cross(x)Species Adventure Club and engage with New York based artist / engineer /activist Prof Natalie Jeremijenko, chef Mihir Desai and guest speakers to explore how we can use the creative potential of science , modernist cuisine and the imagination to connect food production to healthy ecologies.

Monday 28 November 2011 6.00 – 7.30 PM

Arena Project Space I 2 Kerr St Fitzroy, VIC, 3065

$10 Pay at the door, Concession rate available

Drinks by donation

Cross(x)Species Adventure Club challenges us to expand the idea of the food web, in order to imagine edible interventions that go beyond sustainability to actually augment ecological health. Like the web 2.0 of the food systems, the Cross(x)Species Adventure Club guides us towards participatory, DIY and multi-platform foodsystems. Become an u-farmer, sample edible cocktails with other creatures at the Melbourne Museum, learn how to make buffalo ice-cream from nano-crystals. Come re-imagine, re-incorporate and re-contextualise our collective food future through the course of a tasty communal adventure. Join us and invest in a biodiverse future!

Natalie Jeremijenko (born 1966) is an artist and engineer whose background includes studies in biochemistry, physics, neuroscience and precision engineering. She is an active member of the movement, and her work primarily explores the interface between society, the environment and technology. She is currently an Associate Professor at NYU in the Visual Art Department, and has affiliated faculty appointments in Computer Science and Environmental Studies.

Based in Melbourne, Carbon Arts is a new platform for projects and ideas experimentation in the arts and sustainability. We generate collaborative and creative solutions for a changing climate by working across the arts, science, technology and economics. At the heart of our practice is the belief that creativity is essential in making the transition to a sustainable future, and that the journey should be playful, fun and rewarding.

For more information on all events visit: Or phone Arena: 416 0232

Sustainable Opportunities & Solutions – environmental & economic (SOSee)

Posted in Models by Devin Maeztri on December 5th, 2008

The Vox Bandicoot workplace environment training and development program fosters ownership and a positive and supportive culture. It does this by maximising participation, the strongest foundation for behaviour enhancement or change.

SOSee engages everybody from the newest recruit to the C.E.O. Everybody hears the wake up call. Everybody moves to participate. We can guarantee that you will be excited by the results of this empowering method of training for environmental best practice and culture.

For more information download ‘Sustainable Opportunities & Solutions – environmental & economic.

The Ecologies Project Exhibition

Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on September 3rd, 2008

Monash University Museum of Art, MUMA, Clayton Campus
Ground Floor, Building 55, Wellington Road, Clayton
Free entry

Pre-opening curator’s talk – Curators: Geraldine Barlow and Dr Kyla McFarlane
Saturday 20 September at 1.30pm
Opening function
Saturday 20 September at 2.00pm
Monash University Museum of Art, Clayton Campus
With opening remarks at 2:45pm by Professorial Fellow John Thwaites, Chairman of the Monash Sustainability Institute, and Former Deputy Victorian Premier and Minister for Environment, Water and Climate Change

What is this project that we are now undertaking, as we globally seek a new balance with the ecological systems that sustain us? Will endgame, apocalyptic visions drive change, or can our wonder in the natural world inspire the creation of a brighter future?
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