This exhibition presents a range of works of art which address the regional and global impact of the Anthropocene including coral bleaching, plastic pollution, warming seas, altered climate, and the uncertainty of a changing climate. Glade-Wright and Dover’s concerns for the continuation of all forms of life and the future of this small planet are examined in works of art that utilise found objects including waste marine plastic.
Exhibition Opening - 14 May 5.30pm.
Opening night is a free ticket event. Due to COVID restrictions, registration is required.
We are open:
9.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday
9.30am to 2.00pm Weekends including public holidays