Art in Parks: Contribute to Public Art


Join local artist Alison Mugford, of Ali Mugford Mosaics, to contribute to two mosaics in a stunning natural setting. Tolderol Game Reserve is a well-known bird watching spot, which attracts a wide variety of water fowl and migratory wader bird species.

This project is designed to give local communities a chance to come together and create a piece of public art to acknowledge some of the park’s iconic bird species. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about this beautiful reserve from Regina Durbridge of the Gawler to Wellington Local Action Planning group, and also expand your knowledge of native bird species from John Gitsham of Birds SA.

Art in Parks: Contribute to Public Art is on for one day only on 1 October, 2017 at a reserve near Langhorne Creek. Tickets are $12, which includes lunch. Bookings are essential.

Art in Parks is a series of events that bring together scientists and artists in scenic locations across the Murray Darling Basin. The program is presented by the Natural Resources SA Murray Darling Basin, and funded by the 2017 Inspiring South Australia Regional Science-Arts Grants program.

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