Last day of Bimblebox 153 Birds

Fly with me into Bimblebox 153 Birds photo Alana Brekelmans

Flying into the space at Bimblebox 153 Birds, photo Alana Brekelmans.

Ian Lowe photo Jennifer Eurell

Emeritus Professor Ian Low opens Bimblebox 153 Birds, photo Jennifer Eurell.

Bimblebox 153 Birds opening photo Alana Brekelmans 3

photo Alana Brekelmans

Artist and Writer Brenda Dyack enjoys listening to the writers and Musicians photo Alana Brekelmans

Listening to the writers pieces at Bimblebox 153 Birds, photo Alana Brekelmans.

Dusky Woodswallow by Karen Kaese, photo Alan Brekelmans

Dusky Woodswallow by Karen Kaese, photo Alana Brekelmans

153 Artists, 153 Musicians and 153 Writers engage with 153 bird species of the Bimblebox Nature Refuge.

Last day today (Sunday 17 May)

10am – 4pm

Impress Printmakers Studio Art Gallery

Kedron SubARTstation

134 Kedron Park Rd,  Wooloowin.

Gallery entrance is at the back, if arriving by car turn into the Kedron Park Hotel carpark off Lutwyche Rd, gallery is located at the far left hand side from the carpark entrance.

Little Button Quail, Jenny Rogers, photo Paula Quintela.

Little Button Quail, 2015, wood engraving, artist Jenny Rogers, photo Paula Quintela.

3 responses to “Last day of Bimblebox 153 Birds

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  2. Will the Birds Display be going elsewhere? I have a friend in Lismore who is an avid bird-watcher and would love to see it – I don’t think she was able to make it up to Brisbane.

    • Hi Petra, I missed not seeing you during the exhibition! I don’t yet know where Bimblebox 153 Birds will be flying to next. I will post on this website when I know. warm regards, Jill

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