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Tides of Resilience – Photography and multimedia exhibition

Friend of YCAN and photographer extraordinaire Rodney Dekker exhibits his work about the impacts climate change upon Bangladesh.
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Obscura Gallery
Opening: Sunday 24 Oct, 4-6pm
Exhibition dates: 24 Oct – 18 Nov
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First Floor, 285 Carlisle Street
East St Kilda, 3183

Melbourne, Australia
ph: +61 409 312 839
info -at- obscuragallery.com
Opening Hours
Tues – Sat: 12pm – 6pm
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“This is very strong work. It is work that should be seen by the widest audience possible. It addresses not only the crucial elements of climate change and the way it affects people’s lives, but the over-riding theme is human resilience, dignity and self-respect.”
Ms Julie Millowick, President of MAP Group.

TIDES OF RESILIENCE from Rodney Dekker on Vimeo.

Memories of Cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh still echo through the rebuilding efforts taking place and their way of life. This multimedia story will be part of the show at my forthcoming exhibition ‘TIDES OF RESILIENCE ‘. You can make a contribution to the exhibition and if enough of us get behind it, we can make this exhibition totally awesome. Time is running out so please visit www.indiegogo.com/TIDES
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This exhibition is proudly sponsored by the Climate Advocacy Fund, engaging with companies for improved climate performance www.climateadvocacyfund.com.au and Pixel Perfect www.pixelperfect.com.au for all your professional printing needs.