Bimblebox Camps

Jude Roberts, Bimblebox Artist Camp 2013, photo Jill Sampson

Jude Roberts, Bimblebox Artist Camp 2013, photo Jill Sampson

2017 Art, Science, Nature Camp at Bimblebox

3 – 11 September, 2017.

Open to artists, writers, musicians, scientists and those interested in getting to know the Bimblebox Nature Refuge.

Camp for a week on the Bimblebox Nature Refuge to creatively explore and document this environment, while enjoying the company of other creative practitioners.

For more information and to register your interest, contact me via the below form.  In the comments section please tell me a little about you and why you would be interested in travelling to Bimblebox:

The Bimblebox Nature Refuge camp is subject to weather conditions.  Heavy rain can make it impossible to access or move around the property and during times of extreme dry, fire hazard may prevent the camp going ahead.

Mick Pospischil carving his marker for the tropic of Capricorn which runs through the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. 2013, photo Beth Jackson

Mick Pospischil carving his marker for the tropic of Capricorn which runs through the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. 2013, photo Beth Jackson

The Bimblebox Nature Refuge has hosted annual artist camps since 2012.  Read about previous camps here

Zena taking photos as the sun sets

Zena taking photos as the sun sets, 2013.

camp site headquarters

Camp site kitchen, photo Jill Sampson

Boyd recording at the water tank on Bimblebox Nature Refuge, September 2012. Photo courtesy of Alison Clouston

Boyd recording at the water tank on Bimblebox Nature Refuge, September 2012. Photo courtesy of Alison Clouston

Pamela Croft/Warcon, Bimblebox Artist Camp 2012, photo Glenda Orr

Pamela Croft/Warcon, Bimblebox Artist Camp 2012, photo Glenda Orr

Web 2, Bimblebox 2013, photo by Jill Sampson

Another food creation by Maureen, photo by Glenda Orr

Another delicious food creation by Maureen Cooper, 2012, photo by Glenda Orr

Liz Mahood at work

Liz Mahood at work, 2013, photo Jill Sampson

Red-tailed Black Cockatoos

Red-tailed Black Cockatoos, 2013, photo Jill Sampson

Jude Roberts, tarpaulin in the landscape, photo courtesy of artist

Jude Roberts, tarpaulin in the landscape, 2013, photo courtesy of  the artist.

Out In The Paddock, 2013, artwork and photo by Jill Sampson

Out In The Paddock, 2013, artwork and photo by Jill Sampson

Past camps:

3 – 11 September, 2016

3 – 13 September, 2015

13 – 20 September, 2014

7 – 15  September, 2013

8 – 16 September 2012

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