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Monday, July 17, 2006

EVENT: Eco-Brighton: Artists & the Environment

Apologies for the rather short notice on this one but I've just come across it in the wonderful Brighton 'Rocks Magazine' (a great place to spot anything green and friendly!).

Wednesday 19 July from 7-9.30pm sees an intriguing debate taking place on the links between art and ecology. The evening's discussion centres on the premise that: 'Human activity is having a negative impact on the global ecology.' and asks: 'What role should art take, in engaging with ecological debate and concerns?'

There will be speaker presentations from:

Ed Gillespie - Futerra Sustainability Communications Ltd
Chris Drury - Artist
Justin Carter - Artist
Hugh Knowles - Forum for The Future

The speakers will then be joined in the panel discussion by:

Sandra Drew - Director of Stour Valley Arts Project, Kent
Liz Whitehead - Co-Director, Fabrica, Brighton
Ivan Clarke - Eco-Brighton Programme Co-ordinator, Brighton & Hove City Council

For more information, venue details and bookings, contact: Lisa Maddigan Tel: 01273 778 646

Take care,


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