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Entries Close 3 October

Exhibition : 28 October - 13 November 2022

GREENWAY PUBLIC PROGRAM - free community events sponsored by Innerwest Council and Art Est. Art School

The art of storytelling

Photo Talk by Sara Corlis
Sunday 28 August 5.00pm - 7.00pm

Hear Sara talk about her passion for visual storytelling through nature and wildlife photography. Sara will present some of her stunning PhotoArt and images from her trip to Antarctica, answer questions and open a discussion on preparing entries for the  GreenWay Art Prize Photo category

 How to make a stand-out art prize entry

Monday 5 September 6.30pm - 8.30pm

A conversation between 2021 GreenWay Open Art Prize winner, Roxanne Lillis, 2020 GreenWay Local Artist Prize winner, Jody Graham, and curator and creative producer of the GreenWay Art Prize, Tara Morelos and pick up some practical hints on how to get the most out of your Art Prize experience. 

Bird Sketching

along the GreenWay
Sunday 18 September 7.30am - 10.00am

Join Jane Prior, GreenWay Art Prize finalist, and Inner West Environment Group for a practical introduction to birding, bird etiquette and bird sketching.  Discover the joy of birdwatching, slow down and learn to connect with the environment to capture the essence of a bird in a few simple lines.

cooks river to iron cove

The GreenWay is an urban green corridor linking the Parramatta River at Iron Cove to the Cooks River at Canterbury. It winds through the heart of Sydney’s Inner West and takes in parts of the City of Canterbury Bankstown and Inner West Council areas.

Following the route of the recently extended Inner West Light Rail, the GreenWay features bike paths and foreshore walks, cultural and historical sites, cafes, urban bush care sites and a variety of parks, playgrounds and sporting facilities.


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