Art meets the environment - how you can be involved
The Caloundra Regional Art Gallery is hosting a seminar on Tuesday 28 April on how the community can be involved in TreeLine -- a major project combining art and the environment in 2010.
Tuesday's seminar, which runs from 10.30am to 12.30pm, is part of the gallery's Making Your Market series and will outline how individuals and community groups can become involved in TreeLine in partnership with environmental, educational and community groups.
TreeLine is a Sunshine Coast Regional Council initiative created to bring together the region's creative skills and unique environment through art in nature and exploring the relationship between the arts and the environment.
Project Manager Kim Morland said the seminar will outline the project aims and objectives, including a focus on using art and science to educate on environmental issues relevant to the Sunshine Coast.
"Participants will also have an opportunity to discuss the practical aspects of being involved in the project," Ms Morland said.
"TreeLine will be launched at the Bunya Dreaming Festival in January 2010 then deliver a schools program between February and May and culminates in a ten-day program leading up to World Environment Day. It will feature performances, workshops, theatre, dance, music and sculpture," she said.
Council's Community Development Officer Terri Shine will also discuss specific grant and funding opportunities for community groups who would like be involved in the project.
To book your place contact the Caloundra Regional Art Gallery by calling 5420 8299 or email email@example.com
Caloundra Regional Art Gallery, Caloundra
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