Thursday 29 April 5.15pm – 7pm @ GOTAFE Auditorium, 10 Rowan St. Wangaratta
An evening where you will encounter botanists, ecologists and artists, who dedicate their time to studying the exquisite beauty of nature while being attentive to the role individual species have in the landscape that surrounds Wangaratta.
Come and wonder at photographs of bejewelled birds in their feathered magnificence and the surprising
delicate elegance of native orchids.
It is also an opportunity to learn a little about how the climate disruption that is upon us, is impacting the rivers,
bush-lands and mountain ranges we cherish.
Heron by Tina Fraser
A highlight of the evening will be the debut live performance of a song “Torryong River”
written by Bpangerang elder Uncle Freddie Dowling. “Torrong River” will be performed by
Linda Simpson and Chris Mangan who will also perform their own heartfelt song inspired
by the Ovens River, “Listen”.
Wangaratta Landcare and Sustainability Inc. will also update those attending about their goals
and campaigns for 2021. This evening is supported by the Wangaratta Landcare and Sustainability Inc,
the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Sustainability and the Goulburn and
North East Arts Alliance.
Neville Walsh Senior Research Scientist (Conservation Botanist) The Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.
Andrew Sinclair Art Teacher Galen Catholic College and Students
Chris Tzaros Ecologist and Photographer