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Reimagining Landscapes: Environmental Film Festival Australia panel discussion

Friday 30 Oct

5:55 pm

7:00 pm


$9-12 AUD


About this event

Reimagining Landscapes invites you to explore the known and unknown in the world that lies ahead. Through conversations about climate management, Aboriginal knowledge systems, astronomy, space technology and fire, how can we use what we know now to conceive of and inform alternative future worlds?

Panellists Karlie Noon, Richard Geddes and James Bradley join Moderator Professor Tamara Davis in this hour-long live discussion examining how Indigenous knowledge, emerging technologies and creative perspectives are paramount in instructing what lies ahead.Stick around to watch Echoes of the Invisible – your ticket gains you access to both this panel and the film!

  • Information and Education
  • Presentation
  • Climate
  • Conservation and Land Care
  • Sustainable Communities
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