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Rhod,  img.Rebecca Ballestra, Photo Sara Rees

Sun 17 November 2pm - 4pm

Chapter Arts Centre

Rh d is an annual exhibition of site-specific contemporary art and performance in the garden and within a C16th mill in rural West Wales. Curated by artist Sara Rees, this year s exhibition Future Nature Culture explored the pertinent theme of the relationship between nature and culture, and how considerations of climate change, sustainability and the future require us to re-imagine this relationship. Invited speakers from the fields of history of art, ecology and philosophy will offer a range of perspectives and provocations for discussion in the context of Rh d 2013The speakers are: Penny Jones, artist and Rh d Committee member; Alan Istead, ecologist and activist; Rawley Clay artist; Fern Thomas, artist, Sara Rees, curator.

The symposium will be held during the current run of the exhibition at Goat Major Projects and will be followed by a visit to see the show, which features work by artist in residence Rh d 2013 Rebecca Ballestra.

4pm-6pm exhibition visit to Goat Major Projects

Exhibition continues to 24th November

open: Sat/Sun 10.00 - 16.00

Thursday and Friday evenings 18.00 - 20.30 Other times by appointment.

For further information about the exhibition visit www.goatmajorprojects.com


Tickets for the symposium can be booked via the Rh d Symposium page on Facebook or go directly to the Eventbrite site

For more information about Rh d visit www.therhod.wordpress.com

Goat Major Projects- 70a Llandaf Rd, Cardiff CF11 9NL

Chapter - Market Road, Canton, Cardiff CF1 5QE