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Painted River Project


We are thrilled that all the artists are attending our launch of this beautiful and timely exhibition. Please join them as we celebrate the world heritage landscape of the Blue Mountains Rare Upland Swamps on 10 November 6 - 8 pm.

 

Traditional owners, artists and scientists have explored together the remarkable swamps in the first of the Painted River Projects to be shown at Watt Space. Social design principles have been used to focus on the cultural and environmental challenges through observation, science and art to map and record fragile water systems in NSW.


MEET THE ARTISTS….


Chris O’Doherty (Reg Mombassa), Euan Macleod, Lucy Culliton, Kelsie King, Louise Kerr, Adrienne Richards, Leo Robba, Greg Hughes and Matthew Lahoud.


The Painted River Project is a planetary health initiative. This exhibition is co-curated by Dr Leo Robba and Margaret Hancock and is a joint project between the University Galleries at the University of Newcastle and Western Sydney Creative at Western Sydney University.


Western Sydney University team: Water scientist Associate Professor Dr Ian Wright, Pollination Ecologist Dr Amy Gilpin; and University photographer Sally Tsoutas. Gundungurra traditional custodian: David King.


Euan Macleod, Lucy Culliton and Leo Robba and Louise Kerr are represented by King Street Gallery on William, Sydney.

Chris O’Doherty (Reg Mombassa) is represented by Rogue Pop-up Gallery.

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