Call out to Artists, Curators, Writers, Water Savers, Enviro Harvesters and Save the Planet Geeks!

The Catchments Project needs your Water!

Please help us Harvest water for an art installation - if you live, work or play in the City of Melbourne and you are conscious of collecting, harvesting, re purposing and recycling water than please sign up for The Catchments Project and in return you will be given back a beautiful hand crafted bottle inscribed with your name and geographic water collection co-ordinates to mark art project.

Art Opportunity previously on in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 19 March 2015 to Thursday 16 April 2015

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Event published by Jasmine Targett on Thursday 19 March 2015.
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Every drop counts. The Catchments Project at Carlton Connect Initiative needs your samples of harvested water.

What we need: Melbournian’s are being asked to drop a 300ml (individuals) or a 1 Litre (businesses) sample of their collected grey/rain water to the Carlton Connect Studio.

What you get in return: Each sample will be presented in hand-crafted glass bottles, etched with the owners name and location of where the water was harvested. After the exhibition the artists will gift the individuals contribution within its hand-crafted glass bottle back to the participant. All contributors will be credited the exhibition catalogue and website.

About – The Catchments Project

Debbie Symons and Jasmine Targett have been awarded the first Artist in Residence at Creative Spaces: Carlton Connect Studio for their new body of work -The Catchments Project. The City of Melbourne’s Creative Spaces program has established a studio at the Carlton Connect Initiative’s (CCI), LAB-14, with the specific intention of positioning artists amongst researchers, academics and entrepreneurs addressing issues of sustainability and resilience.

During the residency Symons and Targett will create three new research based works that address the challenge and complexity of Climate Change Adaptation surrounding reduced rainfall and drought. Making Water Visible, The Water Harvest and Getting Busy, focus on innovative ways of visualising, contributing to and enhancing Melbourne’s waterways and catchments.

The Catchments Project is a part of the Art+Climate=Change Festival: April – May 2015.

Please feel free to forward these details on to anyone that might like to get involved!

Any questions please do not hesitate to send us an email via the website.


Creative Spaces: Carlton Connect Studio at LAB-14,
700 Swanston Street (Cnr Swanston + Grattan Streets – entry via Swanston), Carlton, VIC 3053