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Spotted Handfish Spawning Habitat and Clay

  • 20 Aug 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Central Gallery, TMAG
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Spotted Handfish Spawning Habitat and Clay is an insight into scientific based, research driven collaboration with art and design resulting in site specific ceramic artificial spawning habitat installations into the Derwent River. The project is a collaboration between Dr Tim Lynch, Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO, and Jane Bamford, ceramic artist. The aim of the project is to support the spawning of the critically endangered spotted handfish to further secure this charismatic marine species from extinction. 

Tim and Jane will each speak from their own perspective on the project, and there will be time for questions afterwards. We anticipate the event will last around one hour.

This is a FREE EVENT and you are welcome to bring non-member friends. Booking is essential.


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