See the world how the future does, in Through The Eye of Whakatū. A group of Whakatū tamariki have been exploring climate change through the lens of a camera.
Through workshopping climate issues with earth scientists Dr Jamey Stutz and Claudia Moore, and learning the tools from professional photographers Raymond Sagapolutele and Tatsiana Chypsanava, our young people are empowered to capture and converse from their unique points of view.
Experience a wonderful selection of powerful statements and photographs sharing how deeply these students view climate change.
This project has been created in collaboration with TRACK ZERO - ARTS INSPIRING CLIMATE ACTION.
If you are not in Whakatū, you can also see the tamariki's photographs on TRACK ZERO's exhibition page here.
MAJOR SUPPORTER: Creative New Zealand
SUPPORTERS: Ministry for the Environment Manatū Mō Te Taiao and Nelson Provincial Museum.
1pm on Thurs 21 October