photos by Amelia Zaraftis
Bill Brown from the ABC South East NSW joined us during our first week at Jigamy farm and did an interview with the coordinators, check out the link for more pictures and audio by opening this post and clicking on the text.
photos by Heike Qualitz
Canberrra, ACT. The Land Arts group arrived in Canberra from the Far South Coast late Monday 13 June. On Wednesday 14 June, Bill, Cedra, Joseph, Yoshi and Blake met, in a casual discussion over recent artwork, the group of ANU artists who were joining them for the up-coming trip to the Riverland Biosphere in South [...]
Lookout: North Head Beach, view across Batesmans Bay to Tollgate Islands Nature Reserve The second leg of the Land Arts visit took place from Monday 6 June to Monday 13 June. The artists travelled from ANU Kioloa Field Station to Monaroo Bobberrer Gudu Cultural Centre (Jigamy Farm) on the shores of Pambula Lake to join [...]
Sydney skyline from Sydney Airport, NSW Professor Bill Gilbert, Senior Associate Dean for Research & Lannan Endowed Chair, Department of Art & Art History, University of New Mexico, is the founder of ‘Land Arts of the American West’, a semester long field studies program at the University of New Mexico <www.landarts.unm.edu> and the new Art & Ecology discipline in [...]
Monday 6 June – We arrived at Jigamy Farm to a warm ‘welcome home’ from Ossie Cruse. Image 1. (above) Heike Qualitz and Ossie Cruse outside Twofold Aboriginal Corporation We then joined Sue Norman and the aboriginal women’s craft group who are currently reviving traditional craft practices such as shell work, stunning examples of which [...]
Left to Right: Blake Gibson, Yoshimi Hayashi, Cedra Wood, Joseph Mougel and Bill Gilbert at Sublime Point en route to ANU Field Station at Kioloa (June 2 – 5) and Eden Project Field Trip 2 at the Monaroo Bobberrer Gudu (MBG) Cultural Heritage Centre, near Pambula (June 6 – 11), NSW. A group of [...]