Bimblebox: art - science - nature
The digital catalogue is an interactive journey through the exhibition, Bimblebox: art-science-nature. Zoom in to see all artworks in detail, visit the artists' studios and watch them at work in the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. It also includes essays providing you with further understanding of Bimblebox and the impending threat to this habitat and future farming practices.
The exhibition features artists connected to and with Bimblebox, the region or the environment generally. The catalogue also includes poetry by curator Beth Jackson and Bimblebox caretaker and poet, Ian Hoch, essays by environmental historian Sonya Duus and ecologist Rod Fensham.
No internet connection is required once downloaded; the catalogue is fully self contained.
If you don't have access to an iPad, you can download the print version of the Bimblebox: art-science-nature exhibition catalogue below.
As part of the exhibition Education Kits have been developed for both Primary and Secondary students. These can be used in conjunction with a visit to the exhibition to foster a greater understanding of the artworks and issues they raise.
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