Science week at the Cathedral

Science Week at the Cathedral featuring Tony Rinaudo, world renowned “Forest Maker”

SAVE THE DATE: August 25th 6.30 pm

This year’s annual Science Week at the Cathedral (SWAC) will feature the revolutionary work of Melbourne missionary agronomist Tony Rinaudo. Millions of hectares of Africa have been regenerated through Tony’s work, which now promises to be a significant part of the solution to climate change. SWAC is a partnership between the Cathedral and ISCAST–Christians in Science and Technology.
Registration details will be published in TMA and on the ISCAST website at www.ISCAST.org/SWAC21 

Love Letters to Country

Glen Loughrey Exhibition Love Letters to Country Launch Saturday 19th June at 2:00pm at Hearth Galleries.

Loughrey’s work is both a lament and celebration of Country. His overriding concern is for the ongoing impacts of colonisation and the resilience and resistance of Aboriginal people, not as victims or survivors, but as Sovereign peoples of this land…

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