Art for takayna field trip

Art in takayna - a call to action and visual reminder of what is at stake, and what we stand to lose.

Join us at Art for takayna, Australia’s largest environmental art project. For four days, artists and volunteers will operate out of multiple base camps located across the incredible expanse of takayna /Tarkine. 

Celebrate with a community of artists – videographers, writers, musicians, painters, sculptors, print-makers and photographers – as they capture the wild and scenic beauty of this threatened landscape. Take a journey into the through threatened landscapes, to the rugged and serene rainforest, across vast button grass plains, towering sand dunes, hidden waterfalls and to the jagged rocky shore that shreds the wild Southern Ocean.  

Come celebrate and help takayna by using your creative power to assist in securing takayna as a National Park and World Heritage Area, returned to Aboriginal ownership. A place where the whole world can celebrate 40,000 years of Aboriginal culture, breath Earth’s cleanest air and experience a spectacular landscape, unchanged since dinosaurs roamed Gondwana

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