Bimblebox: art - science - nature

Feature image
Donna Davis, 'REsearch', 2013, mixed media installation: pigment print, timber, sand & animal tracks, 1800 x 1200 x 300mm. Image: Courtesy of the artist

Bimblebox: art - science - nature

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The exhibition showcases artists interpretations of the Bimblebox Nature Refuge which is currently under threat from coal mining.  Inspired by the unique ark of life found at the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, a group of artists camped on the reserve documenting, drawing and recording in order to capture the environmental, social and scientific significance of this unique landscape. 


The artists have also drawn inspiration from scientific research and historical texts.   The exhibition includes paintings, installations, photographs, assemblages, artist books, digital media, soundscapes and printmaking.

 

Official exhibition launch: 6pm, Monday 6 July 2015

 

 

 

 

 

Two FREE workshops:  Friday, 31 July 2015  LEARNING TO SEE THE POSITIVE with Bimblebox artist, Liz Mahood

 Learn Paint Draw: Learn to see the positive by observing the negative spaces between objects. Book now, limited places

 

10.15am - 12.15pm: Adults workshop (20 participants max)

 

3.45pm - 4.45pm: Kids After School Workshop (Please arrive at 3.30pm, 15 primary school aged participants max, wear art clothes)

 

 

Bimblebox: art – science – nature is a touring exhibition partnered by Museums & Galleries Queensland and Redland Art Gallery in association with Bimblebox Nature Refuge. The exhibition is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, the Gordon Darling Foundation and proudly sponsored by Artfully, Tangible Media, Planet Boab, Wotif.com, Platypus Graphics, Artisan and At a Glance.

 

Download a free interactive catalogue for your iPad, visit: http://bit.ly/bimblebox 

 

Official exhibition launch: 6pm, Monday 6 July 2015