ECA ‘Biodiversity in Western Australia’ Art Exhibition
You are invited to the Environmental Consultants Association’s inaugural ‘Biodiversity in Western Australia’ Art Exhibition 2020!
This event is a group art exhibition celebrating WA’s unique and diverse landscapes, flora and fauna; in the eyes of West Aussie artists and environmental scientists. The exhibition, hosted by the ECA and proudly sponsored by the City of Perth and Frasers Suites Perth, is officially opening to the public from 7.00pm on the 10th of December 2020.
About the ECA
The ECA is the professional body representing environmental consultants throughout WA. Environmental consultants work in a number of fields, including conservation, climate change, sustainability, environmental impact, rehabilitation, aquatic and marine ecology, hydrology, botany and zoology amongst many others. They see parts of our beautiful State that many of use don’t even know exist!
About the Exhibition
The ECA’s members professionally engage with the biodiversity of WA on a daily basis, so the art exhibition is a celebration of their members’ professional lives from a different perspective: creatively through art. The exhibition is designed to foster collaboration between the community of artists who portray WA’s biodiversity through their art, environmental consultants who embody WA’s biodiversity through their work, and the greater public who enjoy and appreciate WA’s biodiversity. This exhibition will bring together people from all kinds of backgrounds, but who are linked through a common interest: Western Australia’s incredible landscapes, flora and fauna.
When and Where?
The exhibition opens daily between 10:00am and 6:00pm from the 11th December until the 17th December 2020.
It will be held in a pop-up venue located on the ground floor at 3 De Vlamingh Avenue, Perth (corner of De Vlamingh and Moreau Pde).
The venue is wheelchair accessible. ACROD parking available on De Vlamingh Avenue.
Tickets to the opening night have officially sold out due to COVID-19 restrictions. Entry to the exhibition between 11-17th December is FREE and does not require a ticket.
This event is generously sponsored by the
City of Perth and Frasers Suites Perth