Wetland Stories ExhibitionThis project is proudly supported by Peel-Harvey Catchment Council.
Wetland Stories: Art, Identity and Conservation. Discover how the Peel-Yalgorup Wetlands shape our identity and inspire our creativity
The Wetland Stories multimedia exhibition is a collaboration of three Mandurah-based artists passionate about wetland conservation who explore the role the local wetlands play in forming personal and community identity. The artists’ work is inspired by community stories that have evolved through their interaction with the Peel-Yalgorup Wetlands, an internationally significant Ramsar wetlands.
Through video, audio and interactive displays the exhibition invites the viewer to consider how these stories form an integral part of our local cultural identity and their own identity. The artists’ aim is to showcase and preserve these community stories, to raise greater awareness for these wetlands and advocate for their protection.
Come and experience the stories of hope and loss, resilience and incredible heroism, historical moments, and personal memories close to the hearts of local residents.
This project is proudly supported by Peel-Harvey Catchment Council.
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