EcoArt Project -  Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies

On the 21st of September, 2013 the Oceania Centre Artists with the Visual Art’s Coordinator and Sarah Hemstock facilitated the Beqa Eco Artists Workshop

An artist’s workshop was held at Lawaki Beach House from 21-28th September, 2013.
In order to achieve these aims, workshop activities were designed to allow us to achieve the following:

To develop new skills that expanded the way we artists conceptualize and make art.

  1. To reclaim the connection to the land and leave the urban way of thinking.
  2. To develop new methods of expression form, a relationship with the environment that is reflected in creating art work.
  3. To use art to “make a difference” by developing exciting and innovative ways of raising awareness and communicating information concerning environmental issues and climate change to various communities and new audiences – including school children.

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