Miriam Williamson is an independent curator. In 2020 she was invited by the NSW National Parks to curate an exhibition program. She also curates shows locally in the Blue Mountains and further afield.
Using geology as inspiration and source material, four artists look at mining of resources, environmental systems, human impact, the history of fossicking and the collection of minerals.
An exhibition of works by fibre artists incorporating both native and introduced plant species.
NPWS Flora & Fauna
An exhibition celebrating the diversity of our unique animal and plant life following the devastation of the black summer bushfires.
The second annual exhibition of works depicting the beauty and diversity of Australia’s birdlife.
Birdland invited a select group of artists to undertake research and develop works in response to collections (specimens) or the observation of birds in the natural habitat.