Artist in Residence Program - The Old School Mt Wilson

Four residencies for October 2020 to June 2021 have been awarded for The Old School Mt Wilson. I am very pleased to announce I have been awarded a four week residency to develop my Wildfire project.

Artist in Residence Program - The Old School Mt Wilson

Four residencies for October 2020 to June 2021 have been awarded for The Old School Mt Wilson. I am very pleased to announce I have been awarded a four week residency to develop my Wildfire project.

Artist in Residence Program - The Old School Mt Wilson

Posted on September 5, 2020

Four residencies for October 2020 to June 2021 have been awarded for The Old School Mt Wilson.

I am very pleased to announce I have been awarded a four week residency to develop my Wildfire project.

On Saturday 26th of October 2019, a hot, windy, stormy day brewed in the Blue Mountains. A bolt of lightning made ground at Gosper Mountain setting the Wollemi National Park on fire. The epicentre of a mega blaze that swept through the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury, Hunter Valley, Cudgegong, and Central Coast local government areas.

My aim while artist in residence is to connect with people from Mt Wilson, Mt Irvine, Bell, Mt Tomah, Bilpin and surrounding communities to hear about their experience dealing with the mega blaze. My purpose is to conserve valuable stories and contribute creatively to the Australian bushfire history.

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