The Singleton Arts and Cultural Centre and Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre have teamed up for their latest exhibition.
Viewpoints: Wollemi National Park (14 May – 3 July) shows the outcomes of an artist in residence program that invited five contemporary artists to immerse themselves in the rugged landscape of the Wollemi National Park. Guided by the Director of Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre, Elissa Emerson, artists Travis De Vries, Mark Dober, Michelle Earl, Marie Mansfield, and Rebecca Rath visited the same four sites in the park, with a view to creating works that reflected their different experiences of the natural landscape at Terrys Creek, Commission Road, Oil Shale Relics and Phipps Cutting Walking Track.
The Singleton Arts & Cultural Centre opened their exhibition on Friday 13 May and the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre on Saturday 14 May.
Image: Artists Mark Dober and Marie Mansfield. Courtesy of Singleton Council.