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On the horizon - climate, community and action

Come join local people thinking globally and acting locally as we venture deep on what is possible in a hotter world.

Panel speakers include Roxanne Highfold, ALEC board member and Arrernte/Nharangga/Kaurna woman, Dr Simon Quilty, Senior Specialist at Alice Springs Hospital and Kelly Lee Hickey, artist and creative researcher. Discussion facilitated by writer and journalist Dr Glenn Morrison.

Joining us on the night will be Darwin film maker and environmentalist, Caro MacDonald along with her virtual reality film, 'Storm Dog', which aims to bring the likely realities of climate emergency to life.

Music by Stellar Sea. 

Entry by donation. All funds go toward supporting local climate action. 

Food and drinks will be available to purchase on the night

Virtually our reality: Storm dog

VR film “Storm Dog” is coming to town as part Desert Festival 2020. Storm Dog, aims to bring the likely realities of the climate emergency to life. 

This event is being held in collaboration with Desert Festival, which is presented by Red Hot Arts Central Australia to celebrate the best of local arts and desert culture in Alice Springs/Mparntwe. 

Desert Festival is brought to you at a time when it's needed most but to keep our community safe, please follow the NT COVID-19 Health guidelines, wash your hands and keep your distance.

This is an alcohol-free event. 

September 30, 2020 at 6:30pm - 9pm
Alice Springs Community Garden
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