Published 1 October 2011
Exhibitions & Events , In the Media , indigenous people
Tags: amazon, brazil, human connection, indians, indigenous people, rain forest, rainforest, Ron Arceo, south america, Sue Cunningham, sustainability, sustainable, TEDx
Sue Cunningham was interviewed live by Ron Arceo for the TEDx Calico Canyon series. You can hear it here
TED brings the powerful words of great speakers and inspired thinkers to people through the medium of the internet. In their own words, “We believe passionately in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and ultimately, the world.”
The interview is wide ranging. Sue explains how she has learned from the Indians how to listen, how to communicate at a very fundamental level, and how to relate to the Earth.
The situation in Australia’s Northern Territories is appalling. How a supposedly civilised – ‘First World’, even – government can do such appalling things to indigenous people is a mystery. Well no, it’s not, actually. This is all about Uranium.
Our friends Sinem and Damien, who work with the Yolngu people, are launching their film “Our Generation” at the Royal Geographical Society on Wednesday 16th February at 7:00 pm. Here’s the flyer:
Click to go to the Our Generation website
Please support this initiative. The more people who get to know about what is going on, the more the Australian government will be shamed into reversing the cynical manipulation they have deployed against these most vulnerable people.
As well as the Heart of Brazil Exhibition, ten of Sue’s images of indigenous people are included in the Rainforest Foundation‘s 20th anniversary photographic exhibition at the Proud Gallery, Camden.
The exhibition runs from the 7th to the 18th October 2009. Proceeds from the sale of prints will go to support the work of both the Rainforest Foundation and Indigenous People’s Cultural Support Trust’s Tribes Alive initiative.
For further information click here.
Published 5 October 2009
Exhibitions & Events , News
Tags: amazon, brazil, cello, exhibition, heart of brazil, indians, indigenous, indigenous people, london, photographs, photos, south america, xingu
The Heart of Brazil Exhibition is back in the UK. From the 16th October to the 21st November 2009, it will be on show at the Penny School Gallery, Kingston upon Thames. The exhibition will be open Tuesday to Saturday 11.00am to 4.00pm.
If you can’t make these times phone Rosemary Williams on 020 8939 4603 or click here to email Penny School Gallery
Click here for a pdf with more information
Click here for an A4 Poster about Tribes Alive in pdf format.
Click here for an A3 Poster about the exhibtion in pdf format.
During the exhibition Sue will be at the gallery to discuss her work and the work of Tribes Alive/IPCST on 22nd October, 2nd November and 19th November between 7.00 and 8.30pm.
Composer, performer and IPCST founder Emily Burridge will be performing ‘Into The Amazon’ live on 21st October and 11th November at 7.00pm, and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers at the end of the performance.
These events are free of charge, but we would appreciate a donation to IPCST’s Tribes Alive programme. To help with seating arrangements, please phone or email as above to let us know you will be attending any of the events.
Published 17 June 2009
Exhibitions & Events , indigenous people , News
Tags: anthropology, exhibition, expedit, expedition, heart of, heart of brazil, human rights, ind, indian, indigenous, indigenous people, sao paulo
The Heart of Brazil Exhibition is currently running at the Neuter Michelon Gallery, Caixa Cultural, Caixa Economica Federal, Praça da Sé, São Paulo, Brazil. The exhibition will close next Sunday, the 21st June 2009.
On show are 150 striking images from the Heart of Brazil Expedition, and an installation in the form of a symbolised tree.
The exhibition has been a huge success, attracting many school and university groups, as well as a constant stream of ‘casual’ visitors.
Published 10 April 2008
Exhibitions & Events , News
We are making a presentation about the expedition and about the worrying proposals for hydroelectric dams on the Xingu. This is open to the public, but we would appreciate it if you would send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you intend to come.
Date: Tuesday 15th April 2008
Time: Illustrated Talk 5:00 to 6:00
Discussion/questions 6:00 to 7:00
Join us for Brazilian music and dancing afterwards!
Place: Guanabara, Parker St (corner of Drury Lane), London WC2B 5PW
There will be an opportunity to buy stunning photographic quality prints from the expedition, or to make a donation in exchange for postcards.