The Bermagui Project - Fresh Salt Exhibition


Justina Legoe Samphire (Glasswort) 2017

Emma Maratea has been providing her expertise on estuarine processes as part of Four Winds’ Bermagui Project. The Bermagui Project is a cultural conversation between Aboriginal elders, scientists, historians, farmers, council workers, local community and artists. It is a collaboration between visual artists, musicians, composers, choreographers and creative writers inspired by the estuaries of the NSW Far South Coast – Yuin Country – where fresh and salt water mix. ‘Fresh Salt’ is an exhibition of the artworks arising from the Bermagui Project. The exhibition aims to raise community awareness about the ecological and cultural significance of the estuaries of the NSW Far South Coast – Yuin Country through the power of art. Fresh Salt will be exhibiting at the ANU School of Art and Design 25 October – 4 November 2017 and at Bega Valley Regional Galley 2 – 17 February 2018. http://fourwinds.com.au/whats-on/#freshsalt