Category: Events

Events hosted by the Wild Mountain Collective

CLIMARTE’S KEYNOTES: ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019—MELBOURNE

Keynotes are presented by CLIMARTE’s ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Festival in association with The Potter Museum of Art at The University of Melbourne MIRANDA MASSIE (USA), Director, Climate Museum, New York City, will give a public talk on Wednesday 1 May, Carillo Gantner Theatre, Sidney Myer Asia Centre A Museum for The Path Ahead: New York City’s Climate […]

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CLIMARTE’s KEYNOTES AT ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019—MELBOURNE

Keynotes are presented by CLIMARTE’s ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Festival in association with The Potter Museum of Art at The University of Melbourne On Tuesday 30 April 2019, Beka Economopoulos and Jason Jones (USA), Co-founders of The Natural History Museum and Not An Alternative, a collective that works at the intersection of art, activism and theory, will give […]

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Celebrating Trees Seminar—Saturday 6 April

The Wild Mountain Collective's Exploring Seminar Series will host its first 2019 seminar, Celebrating Trees.  Featuring renowned eco-artists, Janet Laurence and Louise Fowler-Smith, it will be held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Seminar Room on Saturday 6 April: 2—4pm.  Entry is $20 waged and $10 unwaged—pay cash at the door. Janet Laurence will discuss her [...]
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Encountering the Wild at Gallery H Basement Dargan

On Saturday 1 December, the Wild Mountain Collective held its  Encountering the Wild Multi Arts Festival launch event at Mark O'Carrigan's complex at Dargan, which includes a cafe, Gallery H and its basement function space.  Willem Hendriksen of Retro Rehash sourced the musicians, Simon Hearn sourced the artists, Simon Hearn and Henryk Topolnicki curated the [...]
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Wild Mountain Collective Launch Party

The Wild Mountain Collective is holding its Launch Party, Encountering the Wild, at the Basement, Gallery H, Dargan.  Gallery H and its basement, together with the adjacent cafe, are feature buildings of Mark O'Carrigan's Hatter's Huts—architectural sculptures in their own right.  They stand on a narrow ridge on the southern side of Chifley Road, between Bell and [...]
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