Both Antonia and Chay-Ya are featured in this upcoming exhibition at George Paton Gallery. Antonia's woollen igloo will be set up and Chay-Ya will be showing her small leaf drawings from 100ono as well as a new large format print. Look forward to seeing you there! (Chay-Ya will also be performing in the 'site specific performance' preluding the exhibition opening.)

Antonia Green, Igloo, event-based project, 2009. Reclaimed timber, wire, PVC and fabric (installation detail)
      SPACE 2010
      Sustainability: Crisis or Opportunity Chay-ya Clancy, Antonia Green, Mike Hornblower, Paul Kalemba, Jill Orr and Rohan Schwartz Curated by Ben Dynan 17/27 March Opening night: Wednesday 17 March, 6-8pm Presentation by Jill Orr: Thursday 25 March, 1pm in the gallery. All welcome.
      Before the Opening:
      Public lecture: Art and Sustainability Michael Chew, co-founder of the Melbourne Environmental Arts Festival along with Guy Abrahams ,a presenter of Al Gore’s The Climate Project, will talk about the leading role art can play in creating change towards sustainability. Wednesday 17 March, 4.30–5.30pm Turner Theatre, Botany Building, Parkville Campus, University of Melbourne The lecture will be followed by site-specific performances around campus leading to the exhibition opening.
      George Paton Gallery Second floor, Union House, University of Melbourne 3010. Melways Map Reference 75A E7 Parking: Tin Alley (Gate 1) after 5pm Exhibition open 12-6pm Tuesday to Friday and 12-5pm Saturday until 27 March 2010 Enquiries 8344 5418 or 8344 4809 BH gpg@union.unimelb.edu.au union.unimelb.edu.au/georgepaton

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