Floating Land: point to point

Project: Research

Project Description

Floating Land is recognised as one of Australia’s leading art and environment events and is held within the UNESCO biosphere-listed Noosa, South East Queensland. Floating Land is an ongoing conversation about creativity, the environment and culture.

Floating Land: point to point marks the 10th iteration of Floating Land, one of Noosa’s most significant and iconic cultural events. Conceived in 2001 as a biennial outdoor sculptural program, Floating Land: point to point will have a presence in 2019 across two key anchor sites – Boreen Point and Noosa National Park.

From the serene shores of Lake Cootharaba at Boreen Point to the rocky outcrops of Noosa National Park – and several spaces in between – visitors will be invited to experience thoughtful, challenging and environmentally aware works that engage sensitively with these special and spectacular spaces.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/06/1930/10/19

Funding

  • Noosa Shire Council: AUD3,000.00