Inhalare Stage 1 Artist Roundtable
15 December 2021
Inhalare/ breathe upon is a project that aims to transform familiar landscapes into unfamiliar territories, allowing those who encounter the works to be transported. In stages, 12 regionally-based artists of NSW are exploring natural environments close to home to develop soundscapes, writings, and visual works capturing deep connections and hidden layers, allowing imaginations to explore those environments that sustain us during times of restricted movement. Stage 1 of this project has been funded through a Create NSW COVID Development Grant.
An artist talk was held on 15 December 2021, hosted by Orana Arts, where the Stage 1 artists talk about their interest in the project and what it’s meant to collaborate remotely. Stage 2 artists are introduced in the talk and share what excited them about this project.
Mosses + Marshes
International Panel Discussion
11 November 2021
As part of the Mosses + Marshes project, an international panel discussion was held in partnership with Dubbo Regional Council on 11 November 2021, bringing together a group of natural resource managers, scientists, academics, and cultural consultants from Australia and the UK with a wealth of experience in land and natural resource management issues. The panel considered alternative ways of thinking about, understanding and valuing special environments to help inform and shape their future, with a focus on the Fenn’s, Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses (UK) and the Macquarie Marshes (Australia).
This event was just the start of many more conversations to come. We expect these discussions to continue online and offline in our communities and globally. We’ll continue to facilitate opportunities to bring other voices into the conversation. You can also follow us on Instagram at Goldsmith’s Studio and Andrew Howe.
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Tim Hosking (AU)
Kate Mildner (AU)
Fleur and Laurance Magick Dennis, Milan Dhiiyaan (AU)
Dave Pritchard (UK)
Dr Tim Acott (UK)
Robert Duff (UK) – replacing Dr Joan Daniels