For Nature Festival 2022, The Mill presents a new 6 week exhibition that celebrates the role of art as activism in the context of climate crisis and various political issues. The exhibition features poster art from the Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC), GetUp! alongside contributions from local activists.
When: October 3 - November 18, 2022,
Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm
Where: The Mill Exhibition Space, 154 Angas St, Kaurna Yarta
We invite the general public, young people, artists and creatives to contribute to a community poster wall as part of the exhibition. A poster making station with materials will be a permanent feature of the exhibition, with audiences invited to create a poster and add it to the wall. Contributing artists can respond to the theme ‘The World Needs Us, We Need the World’.
A free school holidays workshop (Tuesday October 11) will invite young people and their families to create and contribute to the exhibition. A weekend workshop and artist talk (Saturday October 15) will include talks from activists, artists and Alice Clanachan from FUMA to explore activism and poster making within the context of political art.
Call Out for Contributions
We invite you to contribute a poster to the exhibition to be included in the community poster wall. Flex your creative muscles and design something meaningful and authentic that responds to the theme of the exhibition ‘The World Needs Us, We Need the World’. See The Mill's Website for more details.
The World Needs Us is presented as part of Nature Festival 2022
Please ensure you read our updated COVID 19 policy before you attend our venue.
The Mill is an accessible space. Disability access is available via Angas Street, and a disability toilet is also available. More access information is available on our website. If you have any questions or additional accessibility requirements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: AYCC 'Climate Justice bootcamp' poster (detail)