Whale Fest 2013: Artists interpret climate change forecast

By Sarah Chenhall
Updated November 6 2013 - 9:17pm, first published November 1 2013 - 10:09am
Girls and buoys: Convener of the ANU Field Studies program John Reid, alumni Dianna Budd with artists Dierdre Pearce, Carrell Hambrick, Liz Coates, Heike Qualitz, Fran Ifould, Kerry Shepherdson and (front) educational project manager Amelia Zaraftis at the opening on Friday night. The group poses with Diedre Pearce's work 'dis-placed 2013'.
Girls and buoys: Convener of the ANU Field Studies program John Reid, alumni Dianna Budd with artists Dierdre Pearce, Carrell Hambrick, Liz Coates, Heike Qualitz, Fran Ifould, Kerry Shepherdson and (front) educational project manager Amelia Zaraftis at the opening on Friday night. The group poses with Diedre Pearce's work 'dis-placed 2013'.

Our coastal environment and how it may look in the future is the focus of a collaborative exhibition on show at this year's Eden Whale Festival.

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