Art in parks: bringing art, science and nature together

27 August 2017 until 19 November 2017

Immerse yourself in art and parks... 

Art in Parks is a series of worskhops held in the SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) region during August to November 2017 bringing together art, science and nature. Each art class will be different and all classes will have guest speakers from collaborating scientists who are undertaking work in that park along with the art teacher.

Natural Resources SAMDB has some amazing scenic locations and to be able to showcase our beautiful parks combined with an arts program will help bring people to the great outdoors who normally might not visit. So join us for one of more iof the following workshops!

27 August - Jewels of earth art: sculpt silver metal clay

Artist - Tania Kunze
Scientist - Casey O’Brien, PhD candidate, Ecology and Environmental Science  
Location - Brookfield Conservation Park

SOLD OUT

24 September - Capturing our natural surroundings: photography

Artist - David Leane
Scientist - Kate Mason, Natural Resources SAMDB 
Location -Swanport Wetlands, Murray Bridge

CLOSED

5 October -Creatures in clay (SCHOOL HOLIDAYS)

Artist - Tania Kunze
Scientist - Kylie Moritz
Location -Kinchina Conservation Park, Murray Bridge

CLOSED

12 October -Suncatchers by the lake (SCHOOL HOLIDAYS)

Artist- Tania Kunze
Scientist- Nicola Barnes
Location- Laratinga Wetlands, Mount Barker

 CLOSED

5 November - Contribute to public art mosaic

Artist - Alison Mugford
Scientist - Regina Durbridge and John Gitsham
Location -Tolderol Game Reserve, between Milang and Wellington. 

 SOLD OUT

12 November - The colours of Kinchina

Artist - Ingrid Mangan
Scientist - Sophie Harrison and Dave Paton (Bio-R)
Location -Kinchina Conservation Park, Murray Bridge 
Eventbrite - Art in parks: the colours of Kinchina

19 November - Pencils and petals

Artist - Carole Bann
Scientist - Robert Lawrence
Location -Cox Scrub Conservation Park
Eventbrite - Art in parks: Pencils and petals

The Inspiring South Australia program is supported by the Australian Government through the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the South Australian Department of State Development, the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia, Flinders University and the South Australian Museum.

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