Calling all artists!
The Nangak Tamboree Wildlife Sanctuary is seeking submissions from artists to create a mural that tells a story relevant to the history or ecology of the Sanctuary.
The artwork will be situated within the Sanctuary at the BioShack and will be viewed by visitors internal and external to the university. This will include people with a background or interest in ecology and the environment, as well as people with no specific knowledge or interest.
To find out more, take a look at the Project Brief and Terms and conditions
Send through your completed submission form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions close 5pm, Friday 21 January.
We have had several artists ask how detailed the concept submitted with the application needs to be. We are not expecting a finessed design at this stage, and the final artwork may be quite different, so this initial concept can be very rough. We want to know how you might use the three walls to create a cohesive flow and to get a bit of an idea of your vision. The chosen artist would be given the opportunity to work with Sanctuary staff and other key stakeholders to develop the final concept.
A brief summary of the history of the Wildlife Sanctuary can be found here.
Details of some of the fauna found within the Wildlife Sanctuary can be found here.