contemporary art space & education (c.a.s.e. inc) and Byron School of Art (BS'A) are delighted to welcome:
Bimblebox 153 Birds: a creative response to the threatened Bimblebox Nature Refuge.
Jill Sampson will talk about why she started the Bimblebox Art Project, why the Bimblebox Nature Refuge is in need of protection from coal mining, and introduce us to the current exhibition Bimblebox 153 Birds. Explore through images and audio this installation of artist prints, poetry, prose and musicians' birdcalls by over 450 people worldwide. It's our story of our birds, how we experience them and sadly, how we could lose them.
A collaborative event between c.a.s.e (contemporary art space and education) and
Byron School of Art
For more information about jill Sampson click here
Come and enjoy the talk pictures and discussions over a glass of something from the bar or a delicious plate of food from the Courthouse kitchens.