Bowerbird Collective: Art for Nature

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Bowerbird Collective: Art for Nature

Talk and Performance

Planetary Health Day

2.30pm Saturday 24 February

Planetary Health Precinct & Parklands

33-39 Acacia St Katoomba


The event is free but please register here


Anthony Albrecht and Simone Slattery are co-directors of the Bowerbird Collective and the recent highly acclaimed Lyrebird Festival in the Megalong Valley.

This performance in the Gallery space will be an extraordinarily beautiful finale to Planetary Health Day.



“Part of what we’re doing is examining and reimagining the conclusions drawn by environmental science and providing avenues for people to engage with their environmental emotions. Importantly, we want our musical storytelling to enable people to imagine a positive future. A place where their love for the planet informs their decisions about how to care for all species.”

Read more in Blackheath Area Local News:



Explore the Bowerbird Collective’s other events and projects focused on improving planetary health, including Songs of Disappearance – Australian Bird Calls and Songs of Disappearance – Australian Frog Calls. On these ARIA chart-topping albums you can hear 53 of our most threatened birds and 43 of our most threatened frogs. You can now order Songs of Disappearance – Australian Mammal Calls at


This workshop is part of a Bioregional Collaboration for Planetary Health and is supported by the Disaster Risk Reduction Fund (DRRF). The DRRF is jointly funded by the Australian and New South Wales governments.