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Welcome from the Patron
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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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WILD CAMEOS

Glenys Buzza Sparrow  ©
Glenys Buzza
' Sparrow'

In 1999, Glenys received the Best Gouache award at the inaugural International Wildlife Exhibition in Brisbane, Australia. This was a significant milestone for her, as it showed acceptance of her highly individual work in a very traditional genre.
In 2000, her artwork was published in Penny Olsen’s book, Feather & Brush, Three Centuries of Australian Bird Art (CSIRO Publishing, 2001). She was one of 35 contemporary artists represented.
In 2003, she was invited to participate in the touring exhibition, Four Centuries of Birds in Art – her work representing free expression toured the United States’ cities including Vermont, Florida and New York.
Glenys was a finalist in The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize in 2005 and 2008, an international competition for artists with a science theme, organised by the South Australian Museum.
She was included in the awarded works for exhibiting at the National Archives, Canberra, Australia. In 2008 Glenys was a finalist in the international exhibition, Nature in Art held at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, USA.

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