Lockyer Valley Land Art Project – the Dipple Family
Farmers and artists across the Lockyer Valley came together to creatively explore resilience and community identity following the 2011 & 2013 Queensland floods. The project facilitated a series of artist-in-residence programs where artists stayed with farming families over a period of two weeks to create a collaborative work of art about the recovery process. This project was funded by Arts Queensland and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal as part of the Creative Recovery pilot project.
Location: Dipple Family Farm – Bare Essentials, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Queensland, Australia
Funding Body: Arts Queensland Creative Recovery Initiative and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal