Tue, Aug 20 | The Garafraxa

AFTER HOURS : TRIPLE BILL

Join us for an environmental exploration of water, through contamination and global political implications.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Aug 20, 2019, 7:00 PM
The Garafraxa, 131 Garafraxa St S, Durham, ON N0G 1R0

About the Event

A Conversation with Walkerton Clean Water Centre's Manager of Research and Technology Souleymane Ndiongue Ph.D., P.Eng.

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Resilience: Transforming Our Community produced by Elizabeth Zetlin and Dr. John Anderson. The film addresses climate change here in Grey Bruce but applies to all communities, large or small.

55:00

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4 Waters: Deep Implicancy

Arjuna Neuman + Denise Ferreira Da Silva The film considers urgent global issues including migration, displacement, legacies of colonialism and ecological devastation.

30:00

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Durham Art Gallery is a non-profit, exhibition-driven space for contemporary art and culture in so-called West Grey, Ontario. From our earliest incarnation in the local Carnegie library to its current purpose-built home, the Gallery’s 40 years of growth have been marked by an engaged community and diversifying landscape. 

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