Thursday, 29 February 2024
National Film and Sound Archive
Registrations open soon!
How can connections with the natural world act as a medium to stimulate positive emotion, connect us more profoundly to people and the larger cycles of life, and enable us to explore and extend our imagination and well-being?
Join the esteemed Curator of Songlines, Adj. Professor Margot Neale, UK based psychiatrist, psychotherapist and best-selling author Dr Sue Stuart-Smith, together with the Director of ‘The Heart Garden Project’ (THGP) Emma Cutting for this special Land Escapism event. The discussion following the presentations will be hosted by gardening writer and intrepid traveller Trisha Dixon.
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
2.00pm Registration Opens Foyer — National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
3.00pm Welcome — Presentations Commence
3.10pm Adj. Prof Margot Neale — There is no Nature without Culture
3.40pm Dr Sue Stuart-Smith — Gardening for the Mind
4.25pm Charlie Harpur — Rewilding
5.10pm Emma Cutting — Plants, people and place
5.55pm Panel Discussion — Led by Trisha Dixon
6.15pm Thank you — Fleur Flanery, Outlandish Presentations Conclude
6.30 – 7.00pm Refreshments — Courtyard, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
|Early bird tickets close 10 December 2022
✓ Access to all presentations
✓ Afternoon tea and refreshments
No on the day registrations. A cut-off time for registrations applies.
Please note afternoon tea and refreshments are included in the registration but not lunch.
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