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Regional Arts Development Central West NSW


The CORRIDOR project is facilitating another exciting workshop as part of their Inspiring Australia year round science and arts engagement, this Saturday 23 July.

Saturday 23 July – 10.00am-4.00pm

Join us for a day in the field with Ornithologist Jayden Gunn – discussing the health of riparian corridors for bird habitat, located on the Galari/Lachlan river.

Post picnic lunch, artist Steven Cavanagh will facilitate a workshop located at the CORRIDOR project studio demonstrating in how to make a unique Cyanotype. Steven will explain the technique of making Cyanotypes each participant will use organic material collected from a site to create a unique image through this process.

The workshop aims to explore the connection between birds, habitat, plants, water, and ecosystems whilst participants learn how to improve and respond to their local environments through scientific investigation, data in the field and photographic experimentation.

DONATION ONLY: Book now to explore Birds, and Habitats on the Galari/Lachlan river and learn how to make a Cyanotype in the studio at the CORRIDOR project:  walk-explore-makebirds-habitat-and-cyanotypes-at-the-corridor-project

AlL materials supplied
Lunch will be provided in a warm indoor environment.

The CORRIDOR project
2997 Darbys Falls Road, Wyangala, NSW 2808  View map

  • Learn more about our SCIENCE AND ARTS program  HERE
  • Learn more about our SCIENCE AND COMMUNITY programs  HERE

Images: Hill End photo-media artist Steven Cavanagh makes Cyanotypes with organic material collected during field trips along the Galari/Lachlan river. Courtesy Phoebe Cowdery, TCP.