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Colours of Water Exhibition
   Kathy Haffegee
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   Matt Poon
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   Homage to Black
   Homage to Black 2
   Homage to Black 3
Flower Power Exhibition
   Flower Stories - Kathy Haffegee
   Water Flowers - Mae-Wan Ho
   Cosmic Flowers - Li Poon
   Lost Flowers - Rosemary Mason
Flow Forms Exhibition
   Flow Forms - Mae-Wan Ho


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DVDs of the lectures and musical performances are available from the ISIS online store here.

Colours of Water Art Exhibition Preview

Colours of Water Art Exhibition Preview, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

The art exhibition preview took place on March 12th 2013, featuring works by Edward Cowie, Heather Cowie, Kathy Haffegee, Mae-Wan Ho, Li Poon and Matt Poon. See some of the artworks by ISIS artists here.


Three indepth workshops on water

Three indepth workshops on water, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

Three water workshops were held in the opening few days of the festival: Martin Chaplins Molecular Models of Water on the 16th March, Jim Oschmans Water and Energy Medicine on the 19th March and Susan Alexjanders Fluid, a Creation in Sound on March 20th.


Chris Lee Trio - Waterscapes Jazz Concert
Chris Lee Trio - Waterscapes Jazz Concert

Chris Lee Trio - Waterscapes Jazz Concert, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

World premiere of Waterscapes; a selection of music inspired by the water-themed artwork by ISIS Artists, and other water-related songs. Chris Lee piano, Joe Pettitt bass, Rod Youngs drums, Jenny Howe vocals.


New Science of Water for Life conference
New Science of Water for Life conference

New Science of Water for Life conference, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

With lectures by: Gerald Pollack, Martin Chaplin, Djuro Koruga, Emilio Del Giudice, Mae-Wan Ho, Peter Fisher, Elmar Fuchs and Tim Crowe


Earth Music Unlimited - Water Music Unlimited Concert
Earth Music Unlimited - Water Music Unlimited Concert

Earth Music Unlimited - Water Music Unlimited Concert, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

Water Music Unlimited Concert By Earth Music Unlimited Trio: Edward Cowie piano, Stephen Preston Baroque flute, Mifune Tsuji violin. Three classically trained musicians with a single purpose: that music and the forces of nature coalesce and blend. All are deeply concerned with a quest to find new musical forms and new forms of acoustic self-expression. A recital of mainly improvised music in which the trio intercommunicate to translate their experiences of water. Cowie also premieres two new studies for solo piano from his cycle, The Waters of Life.


World Water Day conference
World Water Day conference

World Water Day, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

With lectures by: Eric Landen and Stevo Hausheer, Chee Yoke Ling, Dinabandhu Karmaker, Joe Cummins, Shui-Yin Lo, Jim Oschman, Mae-Wan Ho, Adrian Ho, Eva Sirinathsinghji


You are Water, I am Water

You are Water, I am Water; improvisation by saxophonist Lotte Anker and drummer/percussionist Mark Sanders, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

An unusual musical improvisation on the theme of water, featuring Lotte Anker on saxophone and the drum/percussion skills of Mark Sanders, recorded on the 22nd March 2013.


Water carnival

Water Carnival, part of the ISIS Colours of Water festival

A rare opportunity to see the living organisms that inspired Mae-Wan Ho to write the rainbow and the Worm. Julian Haffegee with introduction by Mae-Wan Ho. March 23rd.


There are 3 comments on this article so far. Add your comment
Rick Comment left 18th April 2013 08:08:06
I expected to see some good pictures of the art.
mae-Wan Ho Comment left 18th April 2013 08:08:06
Hi Rick, To see some pictures of the art, lease click on the links on the left sidebar.
jim postance Comment left 8th June 2013 05:05:08
I am so thrilled to have discovered ISIS and to find that there really are large numbers of scientists and artists throughout the world who understand that the solution to environmental degradation, the threat of global hunger and the poisoning of the earth's fresh water is in understanding and cooperating with the totality of the earth's systems. I hope we're in time.

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