Tracing Turbulence: A Drawing Workshop was run at Latrobe Regional Gallery – part of the Experimenta Make Sense exhibition (currently touring Australia until 2020.) Presented by Scale Free Network and physicist/collaborator Andrew Melatos, the workshop was inspired by the patterns … Continued
What mysteries lurk in the soil beneath our feet? Part laboratory, part studio, this workshop will introduce you to the mysterious and biodiverse underworld that is soil: the under-appreciated micro-polis beneath our feet, on which the worlds food systems depend. … Continued
In 2014, microbial ecologists Professors Linda Blackall and Madeleine van Oppen from the Australian Institute of Marine Science, collaborated with the Small Friends Books team (Art Director, Briony Barr; Science Director, Dr. Gregory Crocetti; writer, Ailsa Wild; & artist, Aviva … Continued
The Royal Society of Victoria hosted Scale Free Network (Gregory and Briony) for two days of September school holidays art and science-based activities. In the society’s beautiful 19th century building, groups of children (ages 6-12) participated in a full day … Continued
Aviva, Briony and Gregory hosted a session ‘Embodying Symbiosis‘ at the Australian Earth Laws Alliance conference in Brisbane on October 21. After reading our coral symbiosis story Zobi and the Zoox, conference delegates were invited to cooperate as a group … Continued
SFN Northern Rivers (Jacqui Smith in collaboration with Frauke Huhn) created a Microscope Drawing Laboratory in Mullumbimby in the October school holidays, where the ‘invisible’ world was explored as inspiration for art making. Comprised of a series of interdisciplinary … Continued
Small Friends Books toured across Victoria, reading The Squid, the Vibrio & the Moon to hundreds of primary school children.
The Small Friends Books team explored the complex science and contested legal status of coral…