‘Tracing Gondwana’ exhibition opens

The panel at the opening of the ‘Tracing Gondwana’ exhibition (L to R): Basil Schur of Green Skills, artists Nikki and Monika, poet Renee,  Rocky Eades of Nowanup Noongar Boodja, Menang Elder Aunty Carol Pettersen OAM and Gondwana Link’s Keith Bradby OAM, who gave short talks after the screening of Gondwana Link’s film ‘Breathing Life into Boodja’. Photo: Marg Robertson.

Thank you to everyone who joined us on 19 November to celebrate the opening of the ‘Tracing Gondwana’ exhibition at Midland Junction Arts Centre. Congratulations to the exhibiting artists Nikki Green and Monika Lukowska and writer and poet Reneé Pettitt-Schipp. ‘Tracing Gondwana’ is on display until 24 December and then from 27 January to 19 February 2023. The exhibition celebrates ancient landscapes and their diversity, while evoking the hope needed to preserve these environments by fighting climate change. Delighted we were able to help with the development and launch of this wonderful project, which connects poetry, geology and visual art. We like connections! Find out more in our Heartland Journeys website with this Gondwana Link story featuring Nikki and Renee speaking with Bill Bunbury OAM: Art, poetry and their place in an ancient landscape.

Renee, Nikki and Monika with one of Monika’s artworks. Photo Marg Robertson.


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