The White Bluff Project is a local artist-led art, science and community collaboration. White Bluff is a rocky headland on the north side of the regional city of Coffs Harbour, on Australia’s eastern seaboard. One painter’s 40-year creative association with the site has resulted in a group of artists coming together with scientists and community members to explore concepts of place, change and discovery. After three years of hard work, the collaborative and creative outcomes from this project can be experienced by the public in this exhibition.

Participants in The White Bluff Project include:
Ray Rixon / Sarah Mufford / Mark George / Megan George / Terri Butterworth / Tori Donnelly / Joanne Elliott / John Van Der Kolk / Martin Van Veluwen / Jeremy Sheehan / Julie Nash / Ashleigh Frost / Chris Armstrong / Phil Greed / J P Willis / Greg Elks (Plant Ecologist) / Mark Graham (Ecologist) / Dr Karina Hall (Marine Scientist) / Dr Lisa Milner (Historian)

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Event Organiser:

Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery