Lepidoptera Art Exhibition
Moths & Butterflies
This exhibition celebrates the beautiful and ephemeral invertebrate family “Lepidoptera” (moths and butterflies) Aside from their beauty these insects also provide critical ecosystem services such as pollination in agricultural, bushland and urban landscapes. They in turn are an important food source for birds and animals.
Artists are invited to submit works which are inspired by invertebrates such as moths and butterflies.
These works may also explore conceptually some of the broader issues around ecosystem services, biodiversity, climate change, food security and changing land use patterns across Australia.
Dates : November 17-25 , 2012
Venue: SheilaInc Gallery
52 Binney Street
Other Venues : Euroa Arboretum and Euroa Library
This exhibition is hosted by the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network and will co-inside with a community Butterfly Festival at the Euroa Arboretum.
Works of art may be sold by the artist at the exhibition.
No fees or commissions apply.
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