By sharing ideas and working together we can cut global emissions down to zero by 2050. See our world from the future in Through the Eye of Te Whanganuia-Tara. In collaboration with the Festival, Track Zero - Arts Inspiring Climate Action has engaged young people across the region to share their views about climate change through the arts. Leading up to the exhibition our rangatahi workshopped climate issues with leading climate scientists Professors James Renwick, Tim Naish and Dr Daniel Hikuroa, and spent a week with professional photographers Raymond Sagapolutele, Te Rawhitiroa Bosch, Chevron Hassett, Virginia Woods-Jack and Te Kawa Robb. The result is refreshing and brave. Experience climate change from the perspective of our youth and artists through the lens of a camera in Through the Eye of Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
View the full online exhibition here.
Ko te kaupapa matua o tēnei whakaaturanga, ko te whakaatu atu ki te ao, i ngā hua kino e puta ana i tā te tangata kore i āta tiaki i te ao, e ai ki te Pākehā, he huringa āhuarangi – climate change. He mea whakahaere tēnei kaupapa e ētehi rangatahi o Te Whanganui-a-Tara, otirā e mahi tahi ana rātou ki ngā toki kaipūtaiao āhuarangi.
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