Burrinja Climate Change Biennale presents

Burrinja Award Exhibition

Dec. 3, 2022 ~ Feb. 25, 2023 | Burrinja Gallery

Global in nature, national in scope and local in action, the Burrinja Climate Change Biennale provides a platform to address one of the most pressing topics of our time.

Uniquely situated in the temperate rainforest micro-climate of the Dandenong Ranges on Melbourne’s eastern fringes, its location offers the perfect backdrop for local and global community knowledge networks to share, learn and expand through the Biennale’s wide-ranging public program and macro-themes.

At the centre of the Burrinja Climate Change Biennale is its Award Exhibition, which provides a space for artists to engage creatively and imaginatively with aspects of climate change. The exhibition invites and encourages the collaboration of science and arts, of critical thought and creative practice.

Participating artists: Amanda Page, Amanda Ruck, Anthony Breslin, Anton Hasell, Callum Watson, Cara-Ann Simpson (QLD), Cathy Ronalds, Ches Mills, Chris Lawry, Clare James, Elizabeth Gleeson, Emily Lowe, Emma Jennings, Fast Fashun, Florence Wang, Jacqueline Christians, Jenny Reddin, Jessie Yvette Journoud-Ryan, John Krzywokulski, Joy Serwylo, Katherine Boland (NSW), Kenny Pittock, Kerri Hollingsworth & Norton Fredericks, Kirsten Laken, Laki Sideris & Gretel Taylor, Lesley Rosochodski, Liz Walker, Martha Breninger, Marylin Litchfield, Neville Cichon (SA,) Nina Killham, Poppy Somers, Rain White, Rebecca Wolske, Robyn Veneer, Sweeney (NSW), Sarah Delaney (NT), Sarah Dute, Sarah Newall, Shani Black (NSW), Shyanne Clarke (QLD), Simon Welsh (NSW), Steven Firman, Zoe Irving.

Join us at the Launch Event

~ Sat 3 December @ 2pm ~ RSVP HERE

Burrinja Gallery

Wurundjeri Country,
351 Glenfern Rd,
Upwey VIC 3158

hello@burrinja.org.au
03 9754 8723

Please note Burrinja will close for the Holiday period from December 23, 2022 to January 17, 2023 • We will reopen on January 18 and resume normal operating hours:  Wed – Sat | 10am to 4pm.

The Burrinja Climate Change Biennale is delivered in partnership with Yarra Ranges Regional Museum, ngurrak barring/RidgeWalk, Yarra Ranges Council and Your Library.

banner image credit
Kenny Pittock, ‘The World’s Gone Pear Shaped (Twicebitten)’,
Acrylic on ceramic, 11 x 8 x 8 cm, Edition 2 of 6.