Art in Parks: The Colours of Kinchina
Be inspired by the peaceful surroundings of Kinchina Conservation Park in spring as it blossoms with orchids, lilies and beautiful wildflowers. You will create artwork under the guidance of Ingrid Mangan, an inspiring watercolour artist who will show you how to achieve depth, intensity and light in your work.
Sophie Harrison from Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin and the conservation group BioR will also be present to talk about the ways Kinchina Conservation Park provides an invaluable refuge to many local plant and animal species.
Art in Parks: The Colours of Kinchina is one for one day only on 12 November, 2017 at Kinchina Conservation Park. Tickets are $50, which includes materials and 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.Read More View Map
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