…to those who have officially and unofficially assisted with making these projects come to life. Some have shared their knowledge and experiences, others their stories, and then there’s the funding. Together, our enquiry and creativity has created connections.

Pulse of the Wetland/Mosses & Marshes, 2020-2022

Macquarie Marshes Environmental Trust
Macquarie Wetlands Association Inc.
Eric and Carollyn Fisher, retired Marsh landholders
Sooty Welsh, Wayilwan artist
Gillian Carter, bird watcher + Marsh advocate
Cameron Porteous, field assistant
Regional Arts NSW, funding administrator
Australian Government Regional Arts Fund
Orana Arts
Outback Arts
Arts Territory Exchange
Andrew Howe (UK), artist/ collaborator
Australian Cultural Fund donors
…and thanks to the many scientists and specialists doing amazing work, who have informed these projects but can’t be officially named – you know who you are…

Sonic Territories: Galari, 2020-2022

Phoebe Cowdery, The CORRIDOR Project
Dr Joanne Lenehan, NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment
Ray Woods, Wiradyuri Elder
…this project is still in development

Eye of the Corvus, 2018-2020

Western Plains Cultural Centre (Dubbo Regional Council), commissioning gallery
Andrew Glassop, former manager of the Western Plains Cultural Centre
Kent Buchanan, Jessica Moore, Mariam Abboud, and Phil Aitken, Western Plains Cultural Centre staff
Professor Darryl Jones, urban ecologist + research sounding board
Dr Georgette Leah Burns, environmental anthropologist + occasional Iceland resident
Professor Graham Martin, ornithologist + research sounding board
Orana Arts, regional arts development organisation
NES Artist Residency, Iceland
Fellow residency artists
Kristinn H. Skarphéðinsson, wildlife ecologist + Icelandic raven contact
Sigrún Lárusdóttir, Skagaströnd resident + storyteller
Diane McNaboe, Wiradjuri elder (Dubbo) + storyteller
Cameron Porteous, bag carrier
Georgia Porteous, house sitter
Australian Cultural Fund donors – all 46 of you

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