A special delivery arrives
Kate Gorringe-Smith, coordinator of the Flyway Print Exchange project, writes:
‘It has been an exciting week for the Flyway Print Exchange, an environmental art project linking 20 artists from nine countries along the East-Asian–Australasian Flyway…
…after travelling for 59 days and 29,000 km from Melbourne, via New Zealand and Singapore, to Anchorage, Alaska, and then back to Melbourne, the Travelling Prints have arrived back safely! Each one has come back — we have a 100 per cent survival rate (better than the birds I suspect) — a little worn, a little weary, but with a tale to tell…
…the travelled prints will be exhibited alongside their pristine counterparts at the Flyway Print Exchange exhibition to illustrate the journey travelled by Australia’s migratory shorebirds.’
The exhibition opens at the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide on 4 September 2014 then on to its next destination, Melbourne.
Images courtesy Kate Gorringe-Smith
More information at www.kategorringesmith.com.au/