Habitat Corridors | Science + Art + Environment

Habitat Corridors

The Habitat Corridors program will be an immersive science and creative interactive process beginning on the 27th of July and the 3rd of August with two 6 hour workshops at the Old Court House in Murrumburrah. Learn about local threatened species including the Squirrel Glider, Superb Parrot, Scarlet Robin and the Flame Robin and their habitats during a workshop involving print making and paper dyeing.

The workshop will consist of a talk by the Office of Environment and Heritage about the local and regional habitat corridors and their protection and growth. This will be followed by a 6 hour print making workshop responding to the local threatened species and their habitats. The two workshops on the 27th of July and the 3rd of August will be followed by an exhibition and forum on the 10th of August at the Mechanics Institute in Harden.

The forum will consist of five speakers and address arts and science for change.  This will be accompanied by an exhibition of the works and processes of the printmaking classes.

COURTHOUSE HARDEN MURRUMBURRAH

PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP 27TH JULY 10AM-4PM

PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS 3RD AUGUST 10AM – 4PM

EXHIBITION AND FORUM 10TH AUGUST 2PM – 5PM

To register your interest in the classes or to RSVP to the forum please contact Caitlan on 4823 4407 or [email protected]

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