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ERTHWRX24 By The Corridor Project

Sat 10 August - Sun 11 August

ERTHWRX24 is an inaugural multi-day community event involving a series of panel-talks, exhibitions, presentations, performances, installations and workshops presented during National Science Week 2024. The program will focus on ‘environmentalism’ delivered through the nexus of science, arts, culture, social, historical, geo-political and activist discourse. The program will bring together community, scientists, cultural knowledge holders, architects, ecologists, traditional medicine, global explorers and artists to ideate, create, share and explore humanity’s entangled relationship with natural environments. Panel topics will include indigenous perspectives on land stewardship; biodiversity conservation and sustainable living practices; ayurvedic medicine; global wildlife disease; soil management and health; renewable technologies and circular economies; land and water sustainability; ocean micro-plastic research; and bio-fuel technology. Find out what the other organisations are programming for National Science Week HERE

When + where

Cowra Civic Centre: Friday 9th Lisa Blair presentation – Schools Day [10.00am-2.00pm] invitation only

The CORRIDOR project: Saturday 10th [10.00am-9.30pm]+ Sunday 11th [10.00am-4.00pm] [Tickets required for panels] community welcome

Cowra Micro Gallery: Saturday 17th-18th [10.00am-4.00pm] community welcome

National Science Week events will be presented on the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri people, known as the ‘people of three rivers’ Macquarie River [Wambool], Lachlan River [Galari], and Murrumbidgee River [Murrumbidjerie]



Aunty Esther Cutmore [Saturday 10th – The CORRIDOR project]



P1: Moderator: Emma Hudson Panellists: Matthew Carney ABC, Dylan Gower – CLEAN Cowra, Lisa Blair solo sailor and climate activist, Aleshia Lonsdale – TCP Director of First Nation programP2: Moderator Emma Hudson: Panellists: Andrew Peters – Wildlife Disease Association, Luke Benage – DPIE Soils coordinator Central West, Jessica Rascke artist, poet, Emma Elizabeth – Ayurvedic medicineP3: Moderator Phoebe Cowdery: Artists discussion Peachy and Mosig, Sammy Hawker, Angus Fisher, Ira Ferris, Ken HutchisonARTISTS

Jessica Rascke, Cave Urban, Angus Fisher, Genevieve Carroll, Bill Moseley, Aleshia Lonsdale, Peachy and Mosig, Sammy Hawker, Jack Zeising, Brenda Stace, Linda Chant, Ken Hutchison, Heather Vallance, Matt O’Brien, Steven Cavanagh, Rebecca Dowling, Jaq Davies, Harriet Goodall, Ira Ferris, Emma Davies, Amy Clarke, John Daly
PRODUCERSThe CORRIDOR project and Orange Cowra Cabonne Science Hub
SUPPORTERSInspiring Australia NSW HERE, Orange Cowra Cabonne Science Hub HERE, Cowra Micro Gallery HERE, Artists of East Cowra, Arts OutWest HERE The Corridor Project, ERTHWRX24 panellists and artists.

National Science Week – ERTHWRX24 – Event 2024 — the CORRIDOR project


Sat 10 August
Sun 11 August
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The CORRIDOR project
2997 Darbys Falls Road
Wyangala, NSW 2808 Australia
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The What’s On calendar covers arts and heritage events happening across the NSW Central West in the local government areas of Bathurst Region, Blayney, Cabonne, Cowra, Forbes, Lachlan, Lithgow, Mid-Western Region, Oberon, Orange, Parkes and Weddin.

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