Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2018 – Creating Utopia Conference
Creating Utopia: Imagining and Making Futures – Art, Architecture and Sustainability will explore the intersection between art, culture and the natural environment as the inaugural conference of the Lorne Sculpture Biennale.

What is on offer?

CREATING UTOPIA CONFERENCE Proudly Sponsored By Deakin University 22-25th March 2018

The 2018 Biennale, held from 17 March-2 April, is devoted to the curatorial theme ‘Landfall’, expressing pertinent global issues of nature and endangerment.
Artists’ sculptural work will feature along a four-kilometre trail in the coastal town of Lorne, along the Great Ocean Road, one of the great Australian beauty spots.
The conference will bring together a group of people investigating through research and practice the themes of ‘Landfall’: art and environment, sustainability and impact on human and earth futures.
Papers will reflect on issues of environmental decline and degradation, and the wider processes of social and environmental transformation and the regeneration of nature.

A great range of presenters: http://www.lornesculpture.com/speakers.php

Who is the opportunity for?

For those interested in the arts, culture and the natural environment!

Who is providing the opportunity?

Lorne Sculpture Biennale and Deakin University

How much does it cost?

Registration fees are available for one or two days attendance - details on the website.

How do people book or get involved?

Book one or two days attendance via the website link

Contact Details

Location

Lorne Hotel, 176 Great Ocean Road, Lorne VIC, Australia

Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2018 – Creating Utopia Conference

Lorne Hotel, 176 Great Ocean Road, Lorne VIC, Australia

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