Climate Tasmania Presents a series of talks and a series of performances

Climate Talks: IMAS Building, Castray Esplanade, Hobart

6.00pm 21 February:  Climate Change – how bad is it, how to fix it and what will it cost? Prof Eelco Rohling, ANU

1-2 pm  23rd February: Dangerous Climate Change: an artistic response, including show preview:  Prof Christine Parker University of Melbourne and Dr Simon Kerr

Music for a Warming World

the power of music, science and community

a stunning, visually immersive concert telling the story of Climate Change

“artistically beautiful”

“incredible music – moving live performance”

“intelligent, thought provoking and entertaining”

“extremely engaging and powerful, bot intellectually and emotionally”

The Simon Kerr Perspective

The Simon Kerr Perspective is the musical collaboration of singer songwriter, Simon Kerr.
Music for a Warming World is a visual and musical performance produced by Simon Kerr and Christine Parker and performed by The Simon Kerr Perspective.


7.30  24th February: Clarence Uniting Church, York Street, Bellerive (tickets at door)

7.30  25th February: Brookfield, Margate, 1640 Channel Hwy (tickets at door)

3.00  26th February: Moonah Arts Centre, 23-27 Albert Rd, Moonah (no door sales)

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Sponsored by Climate Tasmania

Contact:  John Hunter 0427 098 831