Art Exhibition in Albury NSW

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Linking artists with Regenerative Farmers – Creating a better future

Artists to work with a regenerative farmers situated between the Murray and the Murrumbidgee rivers in southern NSW. The aim is share the vision of creativity of the farmer and his working palate in the landscape with the artist’s impression of the landscape.

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    Earth Canvas residency at Wagga Art Gallery

    Artist Residency Program

    Northern NSW artist multimedia artist Lyndall Phelps will work with Pamela and Peter Lawson regeneration farmers from Book Book.

    From August for 2 weeks and then move to an art space at the Wagga Wagga Gallery for 2 weeks.

    There will be opportunities to meet and talk to the artists and farmers during that time.

    Watch this space for updates or visit the Earth Canvas Facebook page.

    2024 Residency application details to come.

    Watch out for events between August 21 and September 16 in Wagga Wagga Region.

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    Travelling Exhibition

    Travelling Exhibition to four states of Australia with artists and Farmers at regional Galleries. Starts 24th October 2020 at Albury Library Museum. In collaboration with the National Museum of Australia ACT.

    Art Workshops on Farms

    For your opportunity to paint and draw with some of Australia’s most respected artists we have a variety of workshops coming up for both beginners and experienced artists.

    Earth Canvas Artists

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    Grazing and Cultural Burning Field Day

    Listening to the Landscape

    Tools to improve land management skills

    At Bibbaringa Bowna (south of Holbrook)
    This event has been postponed – watch this space for updated rescheduling

    A day at Bibbaringa with Dick Richardson from Grazing Naturally and Cultural Burning specialist and Natural Capital specialist Sue Ogilvie from Future Farming.

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