Mona Foma kicks off in Hobart this Friday, and we’re ready to roll out our audio+visual project in Knocklofty Reserve!
Cultural Burning combines a fire-inspired installation by artist Tim Coad, with a Sci Art Walks episode on Aboriginal cultural fire, featuring a talk by Andry Sculthorpe and Billy Paton-Clarke, with music by Emily Wurramara. The audio also features a special introduction in which Tim discusses his artwork.
@ Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart, 22-24 January, 6am-8pm
How to access the project:
1. Go to Knocklofty Reserve. Make sure to bring a smartphone or other listening device, and headphones.
2. Follow the signs in the Reserve to Tim’s artwork.
3. Listen to the episode while you enjoy one of Knocklofty’s beautiful walking trails.
Access the audio and learn about the talk, the contributors, and the location here.
Note: You can also listen to the episode by subscribing to “Sci Art Walks” wherever you get your podcasts.
Knocklofty Reserve is mostly accessible, but has some steep and uneven sections. Assistance is recommended for those with limited mobility.
To book the City of Hobart TrailRider all-terrain wheelchair, ring (03) 6238 2711 before 5pm Friday.