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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

Mali Moir ©
Mali Moir
' Rock Flathead
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Mali Moir is a freelance botanical, scientific and natural history artist who majored in printmaking at Prahran College, Victoria in 1979. Having lived in isolated bush and returning to study horticulture and botanical art, Mali secured a position as an illustrator at the National Herbarium of Victoria.
She teaches botanical illustration with the Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne and conducts specialty workshops for many art groups. Exhibiting for over 20 years, she has been the recipient of a number of major awards, including Gold Medal, RHS London, Celia Rosser Medal, twice finalist for the Waterhouse Art Prize, first Australian to receive the Focus on Nature Purchase Award, New York State Museum, USA, selected works exhibited in Capturing Flora at the Art Gallery of Ballarat and in The Art of Science at Museum Victoria.
Mali also contributes her artworks to conservation charities. Recently Mali was expedition artist on the Wilsons Prom Bioscan Survey, Museum Victoria and Our Plan Revisited PNG, Natural History Museum in Paris. She is leader of Beckler’s Botanical Bounty, a project combining art, science and history. Mali works in the Accurate Realism style, rendering works of art with beauty, character and scientific merit.

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