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VISION STATEMENT AND PROJECT PLAN
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The WAMA Vision statement and Project Plan outline can be downloaded as a pdf from here.

WAMA: AWAF Charter, Vision statement and Project Plan outline can be downloaded as a pdf from here.

WAMA IS A PROJECT OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE. IT WILL RECOGNISE AND SHOWCASE THE WORK OF OUTSTANDING WILDLIFE ARTISTS, FROM THE EARLY ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF OUR FIRST INHABITANTS THROUGH TO THE PRESENT DAY. THEIR ARTISTIC WORK WILL BE DISPLAYED IN A NATIONAL ICONIC PURPOSE-BUILT MUSEUM AND GALLERY ON A SITE IN THE NORTHERN GRAMPIANS (GARIWERD), VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.

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WAMA Patron & Engagement Team Lead: Glenda Lewin B.Ed (Early Child). WAMA- Wildlife Art Museum of Australia. Wildlife, botanic, natural history gallery and botanic gardens.The Wildlife Art Museum of Australia (WAMA) is a visionary project to create an art museum within an Australian botanical landscape. It will provide a setting recognising Australia’s contribution to the natural sciences, showcase the work of outstanding wildlife and natural history artists and nurture a learning experience for current and future generations.
I have long been passionate about the natural history of our ancient land and, from my child-hood have maintained a sense of curiosity and respect for the connectedness between art and nature. This connection and inter-related ‘nature network’ allows a time for reflection, for learning, and for observation of the intricacies and roots of our sense of place in this world.
As Australia becomes more populated, urbanized and sanitized, and our world more technological, the timing is perfect for a museum that focuses on a rediscovery of the relationship between man and his natural physical surroundings, raising awareness of our environment and how this has inspired artists from cave dwellers to the present day.
My hope is that this website will stimulate your curiosity about the project and explain how we plan to realize this vision of creating a museum that harnesses the beauty and uniqueness of Australia’s flora and fauna and its relation to art. Our success relies on your generosity and commitment to this imaginative, original and exciting initiative.


 

Glenda Lewin
WAMA Patron

 

 

 

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WAMA’S PUBLICATIONS

Wildlife Art Museum of Australia Publications
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The Wildlife Art Museum of Australia
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Vision and Objectives
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Milestones
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Regional Impact
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Economic and Social Impact Study
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Museum and Landscape Design
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Proposed Design
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Partnerships
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Business Principles
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The WAMA Community Engagement Model
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Capital Funding Strategy
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The Foundation Organisation Structure
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The Core Team
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Meet the Team
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Achieving Our Vision
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Supporting the Foundation
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Contact Information
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Acknowledgements
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any commercial or non-commercial purposes without prior written permission from the Foundation and the artists. Web site: Stephen Powell