The Resource Can culture save the river and wetlands, Ian Hamilton

Can culture save the river and wetlands, Ian Hamilton

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Can culture save the river and wetlands
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Can culture save the river and wetlands
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Ian Hamilton
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eng
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Question 'Can culture save the river and wetlands' put to a debating panel at annual conference of Country Arts SA, October 2003; river discussed was Murray River; argues there used to be reverence for rivers, but now exploited world wide; Indigenous cultural beliefs, economic progress and the Hindmarsh Bridge affair; effect of debate about Hindmarsh on views of river; work of Ian Abdulla and Yvonne Koolmatrie from South Australian Riverland; culture, science and the environment; SunRISE 21 Artists in Industry project in which five artists commissioned to work with organisations central to area's continued sustainability; discusses works produced; concludes that difficult and complex issues but artists and scientists are attempting to change cultural attitudes towards natural systems like rivers
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