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Join us for an engaging conversation with The Relationship is the Project contributors, Claire G. Coleman, Jen Rae, Alex Kelly and Scotia Monkivitch.

Facilitated by Curator and Editor, Jade Lillie, the discussion will focus on climate justice, disaster readiness and recovery and reworlding in our current social, cultural and environmental contexts.

4 April
Community & Linen Rooms 
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Claire G. Coleman is a Noongar author based in Naarm/Melbourne, Victoria. Her debut novel, Terra Nullius, won a Norma K. Hemming Award and was shortlisted for the Stella Prize. Lies, Damn Lies won the University of Queensland prize for non-fiction, and Enclave was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Award. Claire is Co-founder and Writer at the Centre for Reworlding.

Dr Jen Rae (pronouns: she/they) is an award-winning artist/researcher of Canadian Scottish-Métis descent based in unceded Djaara Country/Castlemaine, Victoria. Jen’s practice-led expertise is situated at the intersections of art, speculative futures and climate emergency disaster adaptation and resilience – predominantly articulated through transdisciplinary collaborative methodologies and multi-platform projects, community alliances and public pedagogies. Jen is Co-founder and Creative Research Lead at the Centre for Reworlding.

Alex Kelly is an artist, organiser and filmmaker based on Dja Dja Wurrung Country. Working across film, theatre, communications strategy and troublemaking, Alex purposefully connects the disciplines of art and social change.

Scotia Monkivitch is Executive Officer of the Creative Recovery Network, the national lead agency dedicated to developing and embedding the vital role of culture, creativity and the arts in Australia’s disaster management system. She has diverse experience in training, mentoring, strategic planning, project management and research covering all levels of formal education and community engagement.

 

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