The ongoing focus of my photographic practice is the space between human connection to place and our dependence on natural resources to sustain our lives and “lifestyles”. At a base level we are fully dependent on the natural resources of this planet: water and the complicated processes of photosynthesis that produce plant matter, our food,… Continue reading Kelly Slater
Lift Women: An organisation to help fund women’s projects Or if you’d prefer to donate straight to me then you can via PayPal. A recent donation of $300 was used to pay for 10 hours admin support by Claire Williams Photography
Instagram: @lynnettes_photos These images were captured during the drought of January, 2020, during the bushfire crisis. Just up from my home, what is normally a green bushy haven for birds, waterbirds and the occasional kangaroo became a brown desert; the dam water fully evaporated, leaving only a muddy sludge for this lone swamp hen.
On behalf of Women Photographers Australia, I am very excited to collaborate with the Women’s Climate Congress with our first arts advocacy project The #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition. The Congress was to be a 3 day event in Canberra and because or various lockdowns, it will be a one day online event in November 2021. To… Continue reading Women’s Climate Congress
Good to hear that the ANU recognise the women that were unable to participate in this online workshop.
Please have a look at this wonderful community that funds women’s projects! The Lift Women Group are “Australia’s first women-focused go-to funding marketplace, exist to connect, inspire and empower women to start and scale their businesses, and live a life to its fullest potential.“ To donate to help fund the project you can click through… Continue reading Lift Women!
I am a Sydney-based artist & environmentalist. I believe art can reconnect us to our natural world & built environments, as well as to ourselves, our health & each other. I work across media, from photography & sculpture to installation & performance, exploring ecological, social & personal issues relating to loss, death, extinction & our… Continue reading Paula Broom
This solar print title: Don’t fence me in pleads for us to free our landscapes so we can enjoy our lives with nature, we must protect it. Zorica Purlija
Top image: Uncle Bruce Shillingsworth stands in the dry Darling River Walgett NSW 2019.Bruce Shillingsworth is a Muruwari and Budjiti man, a talented artist and water for the rivers activist. 2nd image: NSW Drought Cobar 2019. Rotarian, Gordon Hill of Cobar NSW holds a beer can of water donated by CUB.CUB’s Cascade Brewery produced 360,000 cans… Continue reading Louise Whelan