Jill Sampson, ‘Vanishing Food Bowls’ (detail), 2013. Mixed media installation, wire, silk, thread, paper, wool, wood, plastic, steel, 600 x 1530 x 1060 mm. Photo: Carl Warner.

Bimblebox: art – science – nature

Bimblebox: art – science – nature is a multi-art form exhibition focused on the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, its environmental, social and scientific significance and artists’ creative responses to this unique and threatened quintessential Australian landscape.

About the exhibition

The exhibition includes a wide range of art forms, from conventional landscape painting and drawings to interactive sound sculptures, indigenous artifacts, installation and digital media. The exhibition is also supported by a 120 page digital catalogue and Education Kit.


Alison Clouston & Boyd, Pamela CroftWarcon, Howard Butler, Kaylene Butler, Donna Davis, Emma Lindsay, Fiona MacDonald, Liz Mahood, Samara McIlroy, Glenda Orr, Michael Pospischil, Jude Roberts, Luke Roberts, Jill Sampson, The Hunter Bro’s aka Gerald Soworka, Shayna Wells.


Bimblebox: catalogue

Bimblebox: education resource – primary teacher

Bimblebox: education resource – primary student

Bimblebox: education resource – secondary teacher

Bimblebox: education resource – secondary student

Tour dates

18 May29 June 2014
25 July23 September 2014
4 October23 November 2014
5 December 20148 February 2015
18 April7 June 2015
29 August11 October 2015
23 October6 December 2015
5 February24 April 2016
1 July4 September 2016
14 October3 December 2016


Redland Art Gallery logo
Museums & Galleries Queensland logo
Australian Government Visions logo
Gordon Darling Foundation logo
Bimblebox Nature Refuge logo
Artfully logo
Tangible Media logo
Planet boab logo
Wotif Australia logo
Platypus logo
artisan logo
At a Glance logo

Bimblebox: art – science – nature is a touring exhibition partnered by Museums & Galleries Queensland and Redland Art Gallery in association with Bimblebox Nature Refuge. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Ministry for the Arts’ Visions of Australia program, Gordon Darling Foundation and proudly sponsored by Artfully, Tangible Media, Planet Boab, Wotif.com, Platypus Graphics, artisan and At a Glance.

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