[ASC-list] VIC event now with First Dog on the moon

Sarah Keenihan sarahkeenihan at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 10:14:50 UTC 2014


It's simply not fair to post such an amazing-looking event to the national list! 

Hope you all have a great night.

Sarah 

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On 02/07/2014, at 7:05 PM, Sally Lowenstein <sallylowenstein at gmail.com> wrote:

> ASC Victorian branch are excited to announce that award winning cartoonist First Dog on the moon will be joining our esteemed panel of experts at the upcoming event:
> 
> The art of science communication from cartoons to photography
> 
> We have also increased the number of tickets on Eventbright, in order to accommodate for the massive amount of interest we have had for this event.
> 
> You can register at: http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/australian-science-communicators-victoria-event-the-art-of-communicating-science-from-cartoons-to-tickets-5965405689
> 
> Date: Tuesday 15 July 2014
> Venue: Seminar Room 1, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, 1G Royal Parade, Parkville 
> Time: 5:45pm for 6–7:30, followed by dinner at Naughtons Hotel (43 Royal Parade, Parkville)
> Cost: Free
> 
> Hear experts talk about their craft and take part in a panel discussion. Speakers include:
> 
> First Dog on the Moon (Guardian) – Cartoonist
> 
> James Hutson (Bridge 8) - Animator
> 
> Phred Peterson (RMIT) – Photographer
> 
> Alicia Sometimes (RRR) – Visual artist
> 
> Maja Divjak (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) – Biomedical animator 
> Short pre-recorded interviews with international visual artists will also be played and artwork from Walter and Eliza Hall Institute’s ‘Art of Science’ competition will be on display.
> 
> ASC members are invited to attend a casual dinner at Naughtons Hotel after the event to chat with panelists and catch up with the Victorian science communication community.
> 
> ASC Members will also receive a FREE drink on arrival at Naughtons. 
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Sally
> 
> 
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