Four Winds
Bermagui Project
Creative Field Studies Fresh Salt

The Bermagui Project raises community awareness of the ecological assets from Gulaga to Mumbulla, NSW, by creating art in response to place, its stories and heritage. This will happen through a series of international, interstate and local artist residencies, artists working in schools, commissions of new music and three Creative Field Study programs (called Fresh Salt).  

The Field Studies program is informed by a diverse and stimulating group of knowledge sharers that include geologists, environmental scientists, Traditional Owners, activists, social scientists, authors, to provide some examples. They are known as the Bermagui Project Reference Group and they are all leaders in their field of thinking. The reference group will brief artists throughout their field study and the contributors are in the process of uploading brief information sheets to the Four Winds website for artists to refer back to for inspiration.

Fresh Salt - Eight Exquisite Estuaries
Creative Field Studies on the Far South Coast NSW 2016-17

Three site specific but globally relevant Creative Field Study programs that culminate in public exhibition, performances, online folios and educational projects by local and visiting artists who stand on and before the international stage.

Participating artists must attend all three days of a study and submit at least one piece of work ready for exhibition by 30 September 2017.

Please understand that places are extremely limited.

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* 1. Your contact details

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* 2. What is your preferred method of contact?

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* 3. What is your art form(s)?

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* 4. How does your work respond to the environment?