Travelling Exhibition from 2020 to 2022

Earth Canvas Touring Exhibition

We are delighted to announce that funding has been secured to tour the Earth Canvas exhibition to a range of venues across regional Australia, starting in 2021. After launching at Albury Library Museum (24 October 2020 – 7 February 2021) the exhibition will tour to cultural venues in Victoria, NSW, South Australia and the ACT.

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.

  • Albury LibraryMuseum October 24 2020 to February 7, 2021 – FINISHED
  • Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery from March 19 to May 14, 2021 – FINISHED
  • The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre Gallery from July 16 to August 29, 2021 – COMING!
  • Mildura Arts Centre from September 16 to November 28, 2021
  • Museum of the Riverina from December 7 2021 to February 27 2022
  • Tamworth Regional Gallery from April 16 to June 12, 2022
  • Griffith Regional Art Gallery from June 18 2022 to July 24 2022
  • National Museum of Australia from August 25 2022 to October 30 2022
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Visit alburycity.nsw.gov.au/earthcanvas for all Earth Canvas’ events – don’t miss out!

Virtual Launch of Earth Canvas Exhibition

Join us for the launch of Earth Canvas, a new exhibition featuring work by leading artists Ros Atkins, Jenny Bell, Jo Davenport, Janet Laurence, Tony Nott, Idris Murphy and John Wolseley.

Special guests Patrice Newell, Phillip Adams and Gill Sanbrook, along with the exhibition curator and some of the artists and farmers involved in the project, will share their own regenerative farming experiences and the process of developing the Earth Canvas project and exhibition.

A tour of the Earth Canvas Exhibition

Gillian Sanbrook narrates a tour of the Earth Canvas exhibition.

Earth Canvas Catalogue

The Earth Canvas Catalogue will help you learn more about the artists and farmers involved.

Recording of the Panel discussion

Dr George Main, Head of the Anthropocene Australia Curatorial Centre and is a Senior Curator at the National Museum of Australia, will chair this online panel. Earth Canvas artists and farmers come together to seek creative ways to promote the ideals of the regenerative farming movement. This event promises to be a vital and engaging panel discussion as we move towards a new agricultural paradigm.

Panelists included: George Main, Jo Davenport, Tony Nott, John Wolseley, Michael Coughlan, Gill Sanbrook

Earth Canvas Education Kit

Download the Earth Canvas Education Kit to get your students and children involved.

Earth Canvas receives Grant

Local MP Sussan Ley has announced two major grants to help foster the arts scene in the Albury-Wodonga region.

$45k has been awarded to Albury’s Library Museum to help foster their collaboration with ‘Earth Canvas’, which links artists and regenerative farming.

The aim is to share the vision and creativity of local farmers and their environment, with the artist’s impression of that same landscape.

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