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WYANGALA H20 – ARTS AND SCIENCE HOLIDAY PROGRAM

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WYANGALA H20 – ARTS AND SCIENCE HOLIDAY PROGRAM

Sat 24 September - Sun 25 September

WYANGALA H20 – Sept/Oct Arts and Science HOLIDAY PROGRAM FOR YOUTH – 2022 OUR PLACE, OUR SPECIES.

the CORRIDOR project invites YOUTH to join our arts and science holiday program WYANGALA H20 to collaborate, explore, and create over 4 days.

FREE WORKSHOPS find out more and BOOK – Limited spaces!

WORKSHOP WEEKEND 1

WHEN: SEPTEMBER – 24th-25th
WHERE: the CORRIDOR project
TUTORS: Steven Cavanagh, Jaq Davies, Heather Vallance
Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/wyangala-h20-holiday-program-sept-24th-25th-oct-4th-5th-tickets-404351906437

Learn how to make Cyanotypes in the field, sculpture presentations based on grass identification, habitat and protecting vulnerable birds/species tutored by artists and scientists.

WORKSHOP WEEKEND 2

WHEN: OCTOBER – 4th-5th
WHERE: the CORRIDOR project
TUTORS: Genevieve Carrol, Bill Moseley, Heather Vallance, First Nation Traditional Ecological Knowledge experts TBD.
Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/wyangala-h20-holiday-program-sept-24th-25th-oct-4th-5th-tickets-404351906437

* Learn about Multidisciplinary art practice through sculpture, collage, assemblage, tin type analogue photography the science of grasses, habitat and protecting vulnerable birds/species tutored by artists and scientists.

Our Place, Our Species will engage communities with the why and how of species preservation and the critical value of healthy ecosystems to planetary health and wellbeing, creating increased awareness of biodiversity issues through cross-cultural and First Nations knowledge, art, and science engagement.
With a particular focus on youth engagement, Our Place, Our Species will deliver fun and engaging activities for young people (aged 12 to 24) during NSW school holiday periods

Supported by: Office of Youth, Inspiring Australia, Orange Cowra Cabonne Science Hub, the CORRIDOR project, Birdlife Australia.

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Venue

The Corridor Project, Wyangala
Darbys Falls, NSW Australia + Google Map

 

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