Exploring Nature-Urban Growth Intersection in Melton City

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A new exhibition exploring the precarious but persistent state of nature at the edge of urban growth will open at CS Galley in Caroline Springs this week.

Centring the experiences of residents in a rapidly growing city, The Edge: An Exploration of Nature, Urban Growth and Community brings together five local artists to interrogate the complex relationship between humans and land on the “green edge”.

Focusing on the ways humans interact with our fragile volcanic plains and waterways, artworks will appear in CS Gallery while a temporary public art installation will appear at the Melton Botanic Garden amphitheatre.

The Edge will exhibit works by Alice Duncan, Pie Bolton, Rebecca Mayo and Aunty Vicki Kinai at CS Gallery from 24 March to 9 July.

Public artwork by Heather Hesterman will be installed at the Amphitheatre at Melton Botanic Gardens from 20 April to 9 July as part of The Edge.

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