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By Claire Rosslyn Wilson
With a warming climate and the rise of sea levels, coastal spaces are a visual marker of our changing environment.
By Claire Wilson
As sustainability is increasingly embedded in the programming of arts venues and events it is increasingly important to think of new ways of presenting these ideas.
Following the publication of the 5th Green Guide on Australia in the series Creative Responses to Sustainability, author Claire Wilson takes a closer look at some of the organisations featured ...
By Valentina Riccardi
culture360.ASEF.org publishes a new Guide on Australia in the series Creative Responses to Sustainability, written by Claire Wilson.
In the lead-up to United Nations conference on climate change (COP21) in Paris, ASEF culture360 took the opportunity to talk to 3 organisations working in the intersection between art and ...
By Kerrine Goh
Contributed by Marie Le Sourd In one year, the 21st UN International Conference on Climate Change will take place in Paris from 30 November to 10 December 2015. Despite some ...
By Veeranganakumari Solanki
The history of Biennales and how they have developed in Asia is very young when compared to Biennales in other parts of the world. However, with this Shifting Gravity, there ...
WORK-LIFE, a forum in Singapore, engaged the community, to discuss and develop ideas on how art can be effectively and responsibly used to create greater understanding, tolerance and appreciation of ...
Ulla-Alexandra Mattl talks to Alison Tickell (Julie's Bycicle) and Pooja Sood (Khoj Collective) during the 5th World Summit on Arts and Culture, last October in Melbourne Australia.
Genetic scientist Dr Theodore Anagnostopoulos is no stranger to using creative and artistic approaches to communicate messages of sustainable solutions in response to global environmental challenges.