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March 2017 Newsletter


Giant, flowering vines and talking buildings!

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April 2015 newsletter


Our Perceptive Power exhibition opens in Melbourne as part of the festival Art+Climate = Change

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February 2015 newsletter

Building Run comes to Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival!

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August 2014 Newsletter


Strange weather and swimmable rivers…

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Carbon Arts August newsletter

Sensing Sydney reports available for download


At Carbon Arts we approach each project as research and believe in disseminating the findings from each of our projects to a wide audience. We’re pleased to offer two reports for download, which both document and evaluate outcomes from our Sensing Sydney project (embellished with lots of pretty pictures, of course!):

City Data Slam Report:
The results of a three-day data hackathon involving 12 artists, reams of environmental data from the City of Sydney and cool project ideas!

Building Run Report:
The who, how, why and what of this innovative public art commission involving a race between green buildings in Sydney powered by energy data.

May 2013 Newsletter


Carbon Arts hits Sydney!

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Carbon Arts May newsletter

April 2013 Newsletter


finger limes, energy meter hacking and river health…

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Carbon Arts April newsletter

December 2012 newsletter


Blushing buildings, singing mussels and future foods…

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Carbon Arts: December newsletter

July 2012 newsletter


An invitation to a special screening, site visits for public art competitions, and a unique symposium on the Art of Climate Change…

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Carbon Arts: July newsletter

Echology Site Visits Announced


Due to the nature of the Melbourne and Brisbane Echology sites, we have arranged for site visits for interested artists. Each visit will last up to an hour and will include a viewing of the full site model, as well as a walking tour of the specific site/s selected for the Echology artworks.

BRISBANE – 11.30am sharp, Friday 6 July
Meet at Lend Lease Sales Office, adjacent Jubilee Hotel, St Paul’s Terrace, Bowen Hills

MELBOURNE – 11.00am sharp, Tuesday 10 July
Meet at Level 2, The Gauge, 825 Bourke Street, Victoria Harbour

June 2012 Newsletter


A major public art competition announced, a singing water mill and a gig of ours on the radio…

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Carbon Arts: June newsletter