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LAUNCESTON 17—19 FEBRUARY 2023MONA
FOMAnipaluna / HOBART 24—26 FEBRUARY 2023

Climate Notes

Anna McMichael and Louise Devenish

Climate Notes

Five new works for violin and percussion, inspired by handwritten letters from scientists describing how they feel about climate change. See the show; contribute your own letter; or do both.

$30 / $20

Installation:
Friday 24 February, 3–6.30pm
Saturday 25 + Sunday 26 February 11am–3pm
Free

Performances:
Friday 24 February, 7.30–8.30pm
Saturday 25 February, 4–5pm

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Accessibility Information

Physical access

Rosny Barn has a sloping, paved floor. If you have any general accessibility questions about the Rosny Barn, please contact Clarence Arts and Events on +61 (3) 6217 9607.

Quiet spaces/break out rooms for sensory relief

In a separate building, on request.

Companion Cards

Companion Card holders can book a free ticket for their companion when buying tickets. Your Companion Card will be requested at the door.

Credits

Concept, performer (violin), co-creator: Anna McMichael (appears courtesy of Monash University)

Performer (percussion), collaborator: Louise Devenish (appears courtesy of Monash University)

Installation design and video animation : Nick Roux  

Composers and film design: Cathy Milliken, Damian Barbeler, Bree van Reyk, Daniel Blinkhorn, Kate Moore     

Letters from ‘Is This How You Feel?’ concept: Joe Duggan     

Sound recording: Haydn Buxton    

Videos: Karl Willebrant, Chris Cody, Lucian Fuhler    

Photos for Bloodwood Variations: Nina Frankova 

SUPPORTED BY

Clarence City Council, Australia Council for the Arts, Australian Research Council, Monash University, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne