Climate Anxiety (Online)


Mary Hoang + Jonica Newby + Bec Mac

D004

#Performances


#About the event


#Artists

Mary Hoang

Mary Hoang

Mary Hoang is an entrepreneur, artist and the head psychologist and founder of The Indigo Project, Australia’s largest and most progressive psychology practice. Since 2009, she has been pioneering a creative approach to psychology. Mary has emerged as a leader in the humanisation and transformation of the mental health industry. After her father’s death in 2017, Mary turned to art and writing to explore the darker aspects of life – anxieties, fears, insecurities, loss, emotional pain and ‘baggage’ – and how these hold the keys to insight, meaning and purpose. The moving artworks she produced, utilising sound, psychology and installation, informed groundbreaking research by the University of Melbourne. Mary explores aspects of these immersive audio experiences in her book, Darkness is Golden, which will be published by Pantera Press in 2021.

Jonica Newby

Jonica Newby

Dr Jonica Newby is a TV science producer, writer, and director. She has twice won Australia's most prestigious science journalism prize, the Eureka Award, and is best best known as a presenter / reporter on the long-running ABC TV science program Catalyst. 

Bec Mac

Bec Mac

Bec Mac is an avant-garde artist, creative producer and broadcast presenter, her legendary live art event LOVE TV has been presented Internationally including the City Of New York. This bold, highly entertaining work is renown as an innovative model of Placemaking, community engagement and a pioneer in social media community generated content. Bec Mac’s POPSART revolutionised arts media as the original Australian Live to Facebook art media broadcast working with the likes of QAGOMA, UQ Art Museum, Sydney Contemporary and Museum of Brisbane. In May 2019 McIntosh travelled to the Venice Biennale, with the artist Richard Bell as a Documentation Collaborator for the work EMBASSY 2019. Her latest enterprise Chrysalis Projects sees her developing and creatively directing multiple public art projects including a Vernon Ah Kee Mural and Your Inner Circles -Arts Against Gendered Based Violence campaign. #yourinnercircles


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