Friday Arts Day: Treatment 

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TREATMENT

Posted: 28 Oct 2015 01:47 AM 

Bindi Cole Chocka 

Come to this amazing art tour of the Western Treatment Plant!

 It’s free and going to be awesome and will fill up fast. I’ve created Scratch’n’Sniff cards and a new video work that I’m excited about. The other artists are Catherine Bell, Megan Evans (whose work I’m in love with), Shane McGrath, Techa Noble and Spiros Panigarakis. The whole thing has been curated by David Cross and Cameron Bishop. Here’s the details:

http://www.melbournewater.com.au/getinvolved/events/pages/treatment-public-art-display.aspx
The TREATMENT project has enabled six artists to explore and interpret the Western Treatment Plant.
The project tour provides an opportunity to explore the landscape, history, science and innovation at the Western Treatment Plant through art. Organised by Deakin University School of Communication and Creative Arts, and supported by Melbourne Water and Wyndham City Council, the artists have spent six months exploring the plant’s sights, sounds, textures and even smell to create their artwork.
Their artworks will be temporarily displayed at the plant during November with the free bus tours being used to move the audience throughout the site.
The art tour will be run over two days:
Dates: Saturday 14th & 21st November 2015

Bus Tour Times: 10am, 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm and 4pm. Tours are 80 minutes.

Location: WTP Discovery Centre, New Farm Road, Werribee
Melway Reference: 205 E12 (take the Princes Freeway exit after Werribee Zoo if travelling from Melbourne)
Cost: FREE 
Bookings are required. Bookings and enquiries should be directed via 131 722 or enquiry@melbournewater.com.au

The tours run for 80 minutes, staring and ending at the Discovery Centre

There’s walking involved, it’s not a fully accessible tour

Minimum ages do apply – children must be at least five years old

Clothing requirements apply and people won’t be able to participate in tours if not in long pants/trousers and fully enclosed, flat shoes (not sandals)

See you there!

Bindi

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