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WTF: What's Their future? 

09 February - 23 March 2024

Special Opening event 5.30pm Friday 09 February. All welcome. FREE

Prescription for a Plastic Planet, exhibiting at East Gippsland Art Gallery, features a collaboration by Dawn Stubbs, Gail Noble, Penny Carruthers and Amanda Goodge, who united their creative minds to craft a compelling artwork bearing a powerful message. The work takes the form of a one-metre round globe meticulously constructed from individually cut pharmacy blister packs. Dawn Stubbs, the spokesperson for the initiative, emphasises the urgency of our endangered life support system.

This work compliments the current exhibition at the Butter Factory Art Space - a group exhibition of 20 Gippsland artists responding to the big climate change questions in an art exhibition and information expo presented by East Gippsland Climate Action Network.

For those seeking a deeper understanding of the measures required to navigate our evolving world, valuable information can be gleaned at the Butter Factory Art Space, providing the public with insights into the steps necessary to address the challenges that lie ahead.

Prescription for a Plastic Planet created by Dawn Stubbs, Gail Noble, Penny Carruthers and Amanda Goodge

 

WTF: What’s their future? Full exhibition on at the Butter Factory Art Space, Macelod St., Bairnsdale until 02 April 2024. Butter Factory opening hours 10.30-3.30pm or by appointment 0412 930 816

Prescription for a Plastic Planet by Dawn Stubbs, Gail Noble, Penny Carruthers, Amanda Goodge
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