Climate Change in the Asia Pacific Art Exhibition - Institute for the Study of the Asia Pacific
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Climate Change in the Asia Pacific Art Exhibition

Climate Change in the Asia Pacific

Art Exhibition

We are pleased to launch an exhibition led by Artist, Robert (Bob) Walley on the environmental impact and ensuing issues of Climate Change raised in the Asia Pacific.

This Exhibition will take place in the Mezzanine level of the PR1 Gallery, UCLan between the 5th February and 27th February and additional ground floor exhibit opening between the 19th-27th February.

A opening event will be held on the 21th February launching the additional ground floor exhibit and will feature a welcoming discussion with Prof Niki Alsford, Professor in Asia Pacific Studies.

the Exhibit will display poems, photographs, and Artworks from a multitude of Artists across the world, including:

  • Jasmine Corbett, a natural history photographer and marine biologist, specialising in documenting the underwater world.
  • Big Steppe, a expedition team member researching the causes and effects of the rural to urban migration happening across the country
  • John Paul Brown, a Documentary filmmaker and visual Artist from Lancashire who utilises non-recyclable materials n his art-making.