Podcast
3 September 2017
Episode #4

That Time When...I Used my Art as Activism

Laura Jones on working alongside science to interpret and bring attention to the problems that our planet is facing.
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That Time When is the series where we chat with people about moments big or small that changed the course of their lives.

This week we’re hearing from Sydney-based artist, Laura Jones, about what happened when she spent ten days as an artist-in-residence at the Australian Museum Lizard Island Research Station. Laura brings to life her experience of witnessing the Great Barrier Reef’s changing conditions, how she learnt to use her art as a form of activism and how she worked alongside science to interpret and bring attention to the problems that our planet is facing.

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Laura’s episode of That Time When has been published to coincide with the Dumbo Feather Climate Challenge. You can read diary entries from her time at Lizard Island here. 

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This episode is sponsored by our friends at Intrepid Travel.

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