What on Earth Photography Exhibition
The What On Earth Plants and Pollinators photography competition exhibition is now open.
Held as part of the What On Earth project, the Shire of Mundaring, in partnership with the Mundaring Arts Centre and Mundaring Camera Club, presents a selection of stunning photographs celebrating the intricate botanical world of plants and pollinators.
On show, during library open hours, from 3 September to 18 November 2019, visitors are invited to drop into the Boya Community Centre (corner of Clayton Road and Scott Street) to view the vibrant works created by these amateur photographers from the Shire of Mundaring and City of Swan, selected from over 100 entries.
The free exhibition highlights the role photographer's play in presenting unique observations of the world around us.
The winning photographs were:
First: Beth Baker Eucalyptus rhodantha
Second: Jenny Utting Buzzing Around
Unframed photographs are available for purchase. To make a purchase, please contact the Mundaring Arts Centre on 9295 3991. Works can be collected from the Mundaring Arts Centre after the close of the exhibition (from 20 November).
What on Earth Open Day
A fun-filled 'What on Earth' Open Day 'plants the seed of creativity' will also take place in the Mundaring town centre on Sunday 29 September from 10am to 3pm.
Community groups, artists and businesses from across WA will come together to showcase their botanical passion, with a plethora of plant sales, interactive art activities, natural dyeing demonstrations, environmental displays and more.
The Mundaring Arts Centre, Hall, District Museum, Library, Sculpture Park, Station Masters House, Craigie Place and surrounds will be 'blossoming' with a cross-pollination of hands on activities, food, displays, talks and locally crafted things to buy.
Mundaring Shire is proud to support these events. For more information see https://mundaringartscentre.com.au/what-on-earth-2019
Join an Art Group
If you would like to join an art group, the Mundaring Camera Club and Mundaring Arts Centre are always looking for new members. The Mundaring Camera Club's aim is to grow the photographic ability of the local community and have fun at the same time. Members range in skills from expert to beginner; the more experienced photographers are encouraged to share their knowledge.
The group meets monthly for competitions with guest professional judges and offers a range of workshops, events and tutorials. If you are interested in joining contact email@example.com