Koala Land by Mark Gerada is an exhibition that considers ways of creating a sustainable future for koalas and people on the Koala Coast in South East Queensland. A collection of conversations with people who have worked with koalas for decades — researchers, scientists, vets, carers, wildlife rescuers, zoo keepers and planners — Koala Land provides solutions for rebuilding koala populations, creating a picture of what we can start doing now to prevent the koala from becoming extinct. The question we need to ask is, ‘How can humans and koalas live together?’

This exhibition is held in conjunction with World Environment Day, Friday 5 June 2015

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A project supported by Dreamworld Australia


REDLAND ART GALLERY, CAPALABA


SATURDAY 9 MAY –
SATURDAY 11 JULY 2015

Floor Talk and Morning Tea
10am Saturday 9 May 2015
RSVP HERE


Image: Mark Gerada, To replace a tree the size of a telegraph post, you need to plant 2000 saplings over 2 hectares (detail) 2014, pencil on paper. Courtesy of the artist.

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