‘What I have been preparing to say is, that in wilderness is the preservation of the world.’ HD Thoreau “I moved to Geelong from the United Arab Emirates in 2017. I was happy to discover the mangrove forests at Barwon Heads and began to learn the history of the land around my new home. I … Continue reading Mangroves from the Water, Exhibition.
‘As an artist I see the importance and the beauty of the mangroves. I feel connected to nature, with a sense of responsibility to protect them by producing art highlighting their beauty and importance. I’m very much aware that mangrove forests contain some of the highest carbon eating stocks of any forest type (http://go.nature.com/2D2DRJ3). Also, that … Continue reading Mangroves from the Water, Zahidah
‘Mangroves from the Water’ is a group multimedia art exhibition that would have been opening today, in Geelong, to celebrate Mangroves Day which is 26th of July, https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/mangroveday. Due to the coronavirus pandemic the exhibition has been postponed to the 26th July, 2021. In celebration of the upcoming Mangroves Day exhibition, ‘Mangroves from the Water’ commissioned … Continue reading International Mangroves Day.
The aim of The Dance, is to showcase the beautiful Geelong region and many of our amazing individuals and community groups who are making a difference. Our volunteer videographer Hadeel Hani of @hs.stories.photography did a brilliant job of matching the 60 clips to the winning song. It’s ‘Dance the Blues Away’ from the album, ‘Live … Continue reading The Dance, compiled by Humans in Geelong.
Humans in Geelong Expo 2018 – Sunday 7th October, 10 – 3pm, Deakin Waterfront Campus, FREE Community event highlighting our amazing locals. Gold coin optional. Uplifting start to Mental Health Month. There is something for everyone! 45 Exhibitors, 17 uplifting speakers, 12 live performances and more! Humans_in_Geelong_Expo_Program_&_Floorplan There will be loads of door prizes including the … Continue reading Humans in Geelong Expo 2018