The Purity of Water

Friday 21 May, 2.00pm

Online

Celebrating International Day for Biodiversity

Starting from the exhibition Japan Water, this is a conference and discussion looking at water purity and threats to it, attitudes to water and how complex and huge the subject is; what we take for granted, and what we ought to be vigilant about.

Speakers include Nana Shiomi, (exhibiting artist) Isao Miura (exhibiting artist), Veronica Strang (Environmental anthropologist, author of The Meaning of Water) , Jonah Tosney (Norfolk Rivers Trust), Louise Bleach (Desolenator), Phil Carter (environmental writer)

Bookings and enquiries via mail@groundworkgallery.com

Important information

Venue: Online

Tickets: This is a non-ticketed event

An on-line event from 2-6pm. Free (donations welcome)

Presented by GroundWork Gallery

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