Balance the left and right sides of your brain with a morning of art and science hosted by entomologist Dr Richard Glatz and artist Janine Mackintosh on their 600-acre heritage bush property on Kangaroo Island.
Janine and Richard will share their workspaces with you – including Richard’s purpose-built invertebrate specimen pod, housing around 70,000 insect specimens – along with insights into their work, incorporating the natural world.
Following a locally supplied morning tea, we will then enjoy a walk around their bush heritage property at the height of spring, viewing rare native plants.
With limited capacity, this is an exciting opportunity to get up close and personal with a fascinating couple and their invaluable property.
Richard and Janine's property is located near D'Estrees Bay on Kangaroo Island. Exact address details will be provided to registered attendees.
Due to the walking and access aspects of this event, a good level of general fitness and mobility is required.
Ticket price covers morning tea and a donation to support Nature Foundation's conservation work. Tax deductible receipts for the donation portion of the ticket price will be issued to event attendees by email following the event.
Richard and Janine are generously donating their time, expertise and access to their property.
This event is presented by Nature Foundation.