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tomorrow Tuesday 18 July, 1st OVERFLOW event, in an amazing place: Munich Underground....we are working with local artists as well as international guests!
please RSVP if you come, and wear warm clothes and closed shoes :-)

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Wow! we've received more than 250 entries for WATER WORKS!
BOOK THE DATES 19 & 20 March in your diary to partake in the online event

please help to disseminate the information to your network, media, etc...
Media Release and interviews will be available next week

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Last days to upload proposals for performances and media

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13, 14, 18, 19 & 20 June: ONLINE PERFORMANCES
Watch live on your computer
Check your local time here:

More info at:

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Artists, scientists, activists, teachers and young people are invited to contribute to a virtual exhibition with digital postcards, poems or texts on the theme of "HOT WATER - Water, Peace & War".
Deadline: March 14, 2015

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A panel of special guests will discuss contributions, and respond to online audience, via live-stream on, and at Balance-Unbalance conference, hosted by Arizona State University, USA, March 27-29, 2015. 

Each contribution uploaded onto the NEW Waterwheel website with the keyword HOT2015 will go into the draw to win CDs.

Accepted formats are video (mp4, mov, avi), images (jpeg, png), animation (swf), audio (mp3, wav), text (doc, txt, xls, pdf) or slideshows (pdf). Panelists, Tap link and time will be announce here
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The English expression "To be in HOT WATER" means to be in trouble. Currently, climate change, environmental decline, rights violations, volatile politics and conflict all suggest "HOT WATER". Water is a critical element for all beings on Earth. A symbol of life and a "common good" which should be available to all, water is quickly becoming a commodity to some, and often taken as hostage in conflicts to besiege and displace populations. Corporates, governments, and industries such as mining and tourism use it for their own short-term benefits, depriving people - especially Indigenous people and farmers - of their rights, causing pollution, threatening health and the environment, and compromising long-term water management.

- How can art, science, design, and activism reinstate the social, cultural and environmental value of water?
- How can we share the responsibility of water in a positive way?
- How can we all preserve the right of access to water?
- How can intergenerational knowledge-sharing get us out of "HOT WATER", end conflict and find peace?
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Deadline 14 March to contribute to the virtual exhibition "HOT WATER - Water, Peace and War" on Waterwheel.

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"Waterwheel, an important project with real impact" - David Suzuki
NEW SITE is up
Ready for HOT WATER uploads - info

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proud to announce the completion of the e-book 'WaterViews: Caring and Daring - Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014 - 3WDS14"
Info and download here:

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extended deadline: 14 March
upload from 1 March on NEW site!
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