Climate Conversations: Expressions of Interest Now Open

Image: Stu Murphy, Both Parts (detail)  2018, Giclee print on archival cotton rag paper, image courtesy the artist.

Climate Conversations is a new biennial project that invites Northern Rivers artists to collaborate with community and explore ways we can adapt, reorganise, and evolve in the face of climate change through the arts.

The theme for the inaugural Climate Conversations is Adaptation – an act or process of change to become better suited to an environment or situation.

Artists are invited to respond to the theme of Adaptation and propose a collaborative community focused project and exhibition.

The successful artist or artists will receive a fee of $5,000 to develop new work (plus additional funds for events), and a one-month exhibition at Lone Goat Gallery, Byron Bay, in 2023.

Applications close on 30 November 2022 (successful applicants will be advised by 10 December 2022).




For application support or any questions regarding the program, please contact: Sarah Harvey, Gallerist at Lone Goat Gallery

Climate Conversations is a biennial creative project partnership between Lone Goat Gallery & Byron Shire Council.