August 30 to September 4, 2011
Produced by the Grampians Wildlife Arts Society Inc.
The Grampians Wildlife Arts Festival is a workshop based event for natural history artists to experience and study Australia’s unique environment, its plants and inhabitants with unprecedented intimacy.
Based in Hall’s Gap, the festival offers 5 days of guided day and night tours of the spectacular arid mountain range that is the Grampians National Park. As well as workshops and lectures on various materials, styles and genres of wildlife art by internationally recognised prize winning artists. Also exclusive after-hours and behind-scenes access to Halls Gap Zoo and its exhibits.
Opening night for the exhibition is September 1st commencing at 6.00pm. This will be a rare opportunity to view unique and masterful art by
local and interstate artists.
The festival culminates with the GWAS Exhibition to be held over 4 days in the Halls gap Community Hall.
For further information see the website www.gwas.org.au