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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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THE WAMA PROJECT,
THROUGH COMMUNITY AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS WILL:

Recognise the achievement and contribution of Australian and international wildlife artists.

Cultivate a world-class, scientifically-based collection of Australian native plants.

Promote the collection and preservation of Australian wildlife and natural history art in all its artistic forms.

Provide an enriched view of Australia’s unique place in the history of man’s exploration of the natural world from earliest steps to the present day.

Foster recognition and understanding of Australian wildlife and natural history, both nationally and internationally.

WAMA Artist Supporters Works. “MISSING PIECES - TASSIE DEVIL” CERAMIC SCULPTURE BY CHRIS STUBBS, “BANKSIA ROSSERAE 2” BY CELIA ROSSER OAM, INTERNATIONAL ARTIST; AUSTRALIA, “EMERALD” (DETAIL ) WATERCOLOUR AND ACRYLIC BY EGO GUIOTTO
LEFT TO RIGHT: “MISSING PIECES - TASSIE DEVIL” CERAMIC SCULPTURE BY CHRIS STUBBS © Copyright
“BANKSIA ROSSERAE 2” BY CELIA ROSSER OAM, INTERNATIONAL ARTIST; AUSTRALIA © Copyright
“EMERALD” (DETAIL ) WATERCOLOUR AND ACRYLIC BY EGO GUIOTTO © Copyright
OUR OBJECTIVES
ARE TO REALISE THE
WAMA PROJECT BY:
Generating support and
funds from government, public
and private sources.

Establishing close
connections with zoological,
botanical and geographic
societies, museums and
galleries, locally and globally.

Procuring and exhibiting a
prestigious national collection
of significant historical and
contemporary wildlife artwork.

Serving as an educational, training and interpretative centre.

Conducting workshops,
festivals and exhibitions,
to encourage greater

commitment to the
preservation, appreciation
and understanding of our
unique Australian flora
and fauna.

Respecting local indigenous
culture and the relationship of
indigenous communities with
the natural environment.

Establishing a worldclass
botanic garden and
eco-system to encourage
appreciation and understanding
of our Australian flora.

Interpreting the botanic
garden and eco-system for
educational purposes.

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