Touring exhibition: Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Exhibition currently touring: Newcastle Region Library, NSW. 13 June to 9 August 2014.
This popular exhibition features evocative animal portraits and spectacular wildlife images that engage visitors of all ages.
Together these vivid images combine to create a powerful exhibition that plays an increasingly crucial role in raising awareness of conservation issues and the fragility of our natural world. With images taken by professionals, amateurs and children – some as young as 10 years old – Wildlife Photographer of the Year showcases the best wildlife photographs from all around the world
'These awe-inspiring photographs reveal the astounding beauty of the natural world.'
The Daily Telegraph
- Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Wildlife Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year Award
- One Earth
- Animals in Their Environment
- Behaviour: Birds
- Behaviour: Mammals
- Behaviour: All Other animals
- The Underwater World
- Animal Portraits
- Urban Wildlife
- Creative Visions of Nature
- In Praise of Plants
- Nature in Black and White
- Wild Places
- 10 years and under
- 11–14 years
- 15–17 years
- is an international leader in its field
- complements its photos with the intriguing stories behind each one
- inspires the interpretation of the natural world through art
- offers practical details for the photography buff
- has an evergrowing following of enthusiasts
- Requirements: Wall space 120 lineal metres
- Around 95 large format photographs professionally mounted and framed
- CD with ambient music
- DVD of past winners
- Full colour hard and soft-back catalogues
- Other merchandise
- Media kit complete with press releases and full colour promotional images
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- 13 June to 9 August 2014 - Newcastle Region Library, Newcastle, New South Wales
- 6 September to 26 October 2014 - Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston, Tasmania
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