Treecreate and Supercluster at ISEA Barcelona

It was fantastic to get The Meeting of the Waters : Locative Media Oceania at the recent 27th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) in Barcelona. The project was discussed at a panel conversation between our founder Tracey and Treecreate partner, Geert Vermeire with video editing from Fred Adam, from Supercluster. It was great toContinue reading “Treecreate and Supercluster at ISEA Barcelona”

Treecreative walk again at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor

It was fabulous to facilitate another walk at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor. We walked a different path this time, avoiding some of the muddy patches along the way. Thank you Ariana for sharing your knowledge of the conservation corridor along the walk. Also thank you to Danusha for pointing out a scar tree, some black cockatoosContinue reading “Treecreative walk again at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor”

Creative communities in Yarun (Bribie)

Hi all We are running a short survey to see what sort of interest there is for hosting creative workshops, exhibitions and residencies on Bribie Island in the near future. Your feedback is very valuable as it will help to guide local creative programs for Treecreate over the next 2 years. Thank you for participatingContinue reading “Creative communities in Yarun (Bribie)”

Meeting of the Waters: Locative Media Oceania

18 September – 4 October 2021 Launched on World Water Day 22 March, this 2.5 week virtual program is a collaboration between Treecreate and Supercluster, hosted by the University of Canberra’s Centre for Applied Water Science. The Meeting of the Waters: Locative Media Oceania program is designed as a creative response to the themes of water, connection and climate changeContinue reading “Meeting of the Waters: Locative Media Oceania”

SEEDING| Participation in the Mill House Clinic

Over the past months Treecreate has been getting some great support from the Mill House Clinic program. As part of the program we have worked with a group of marketing postgraduate students from University of Canberra to develop a marketing campaign for Treecreate. About the Mill House Clinic: Exclusively servicing social enterprises and Indigenous businesses,Continue reading “SEEDING| Participation in the Mill House Clinic”

WELLBEING | Finding Endangered Species

Yesterday the team went to their favourite local playground, the Ginninderry Conversation Corridor (GCC) to help the conservation officers monitor the rare Pink-tailed Legless Lizard. This little critter is also known as the Pink-tailed Worm Lizard or affectionately “Pinky” because they look like an earthworm and have a pinkish tail. The Pink-tailed Legless Lizard isContinue reading “WELLBEING | Finding Endangered Species”

EVENTS | Tree planting at Downer

This afternoon we joined The Climate Factory to plant 500 trees as part of the Downer Micro-forest project. It was a beautiful spring afternoon in the capital and many enthusiastic volunteers turned up to help with the planting. Thank you Edwina and team for the chance to join in 🙂

EVENTS | Tree Planting at Urambi Hills

On the weekend, Marty and Tracey headed to Kambah to help the Urambi Hills Parkcare group plant some trees. A wonderful group of around 20 volunteers planted 200 trees in a couple of hours. Many hands make light work! The trees will provide a habitat corridor for birds and other creatures ❤ It was aContinue reading “EVENTS | Tree Planting at Urambi Hills”

Arboretum Collective | Locative Media Summer School

Over the past two weeks, our founder Tracey has been participating in the Locative Media Summer School hosted by King’s College London in collaboration with Supercluster. It was a very inspiring time where the participants worked in teams to create a locative media work using the open source CGeoMap tool. Her team, the Orange TeamContinue reading “Arboretum Collective | Locative Media Summer School”