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Waste Not


Raffertys Theatre


28 August 2018

Event Type

Cinema Screening

Documentary Australia Foundation and Riverside present
Directed by Ruth Hessey

Award-winning documentary Waste Not reveals where your garbage goes, who sorts it for you, and what it is worth if it isn’t just tossed into landfill.

Featuring interviews with scientists, workers at waste depots, environment campaigners, gardeners and even a famous chef, you and your students will be inspired as you learn clever recycling solutions and how to turn rubbish into something valuable.

Featuring post-screening Q&A and panel discussion Ruth Hessey (communications director at Total Environment Centre and Waste Not director), Bernadette Riad (City of Parramatta Council Sustainability Officer) and Angela Van Boxtel (Artist in residence at Kimbriki and one of the mentors visiting the two pilot project schools this year for the Mash it Up Sequel to Waste Not).

Classification: All Ages

Dates & Times:

Tuesday 28 August at 10:30am – This screening has been cancelled. For suggestions on similar events please contact our Education Bookings Coordinator on 8839 3308.

Suitable for Years 5 – 12


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Ticket Options

Student/Teacher $14
Transaction fees apply
School Bookings $3.30

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