Warming Stripes (2020)
26-29 March 2020
Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct

Summary

This year City of Science and the cultural precinct will see a collection of inspiring and through provoking art installations and activation’s. Local artist’s and designers have joined arms to create a series of large scale outdoor public artworks at the very intersection of science and art.

My Aunty Anna – Kate Jefferay’s project, made out of second hand bed linen, is a representation of Professor Ed Hawkins’s Warming Stripes graphic. This image shows the average temperature in Australia since 1910 – blue stripes indicate cooler temperatures, pink and red stripes indicate years that were warmer.

Find Kate Jefferay’s Warming Stripes art installation in District 6.

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Kate Jefferay

Kate Jefferay

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Kate Jefferay

Kate Jefferay is a crafter, textile artist and craft educator. Through her small business My Aunty Anna she facilitates the creation of community through craft via workshops and communal art...

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Cost

Free, Non Ticketed

Location

80 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

Session Times

Warming Stripes (2020)

26 March 2020

240mins 10:00am

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Warming Stripes (2020)

27 March 2020

240mins 10:00am

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Warming Stripes (2020)

28 March 2020

240mins 9:00am

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Warming Stripes (2020)

29 March 2020

240mins 9:00am

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