The first National Land Land Art project will start in the coming months, with a focus on creating artwork on national land.
The project, which is named National Land, is set to be completed in late 2019, with the first permanent installation to be announced in late 2020.
The National Land is the first national landscape design and installation project, a collaboration between the Australian National Museum, the Australian Land and Art Institute, and the Australian Government.
Its purpose is to “reinvent and revitalise the national landscape”, with the goal of “reclaiming, protecting and celebrating Australian National Land”.
The National land art project is a collaboration with the Australian Aboriginal Land and Landscape Council (ALLC).
It involves painting over the existing Australian landscape and bringing new art into the public realm, with installation elements ranging from landscape murals to landscape sculptures.
The ALLC is a national organisation representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and it is funded by a range of organisations including the Australian Institute of Parks and Wildlife, the Land, Water and Environment Council of Australia, the Indigenous Arts Council of NSW, the National Parks and Conservation Council of Victoria, and others.
It will also include an artist’s workshop.
It is expected to cost about $1 million, with funding for the initial $500,000 being secured from the ALLC.
The first $150,000 is being funded by the ALSL.
In addition to the painting, the ALALC is developing a “lifestyle garden” project that will be designed to include a new public art space, including artworks, and an indoor garden.
The site of the first National land will be on the outskirts of Adelaide, at a point where it connects to the South Downs.
The new site is part of a network of “bogus” national parks that the ALCLC is working on.
The park network has been in existence for more than 50 years, with many of them being managed by the Department of Environment and Heritage.
“This new national landscape will give us an opportunity to re-connect with nature, reconnect with Aboriginal and Indigenous people, reconnect to Australia’s heritage, and bring art to the public domain,” said ALLC president and chief executive Andrew Kelly.
“The National Lands is the next step in our long-term plan to restore, protect and celebrate Australia’s national landscape and the landscape that surrounds it.
It is a unique opportunity to bring a vibrant public art project to life, bringing Indigenous art to life and connecting Aboriginal communities across Australia.”
The ALALc is one of two national art groups working together on the project.
The first group is the Australian Indigenous Landscape Architectural Network (AILAN), which will paint murals over the current landscape on the national park network.
The second group is AILA, which will create artworks on national park land.APTN National NewsTopics:arts-and-entertainment,environment,human-interest,arts-industry,environmental-impact,alberta-4000