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Nadine Schmoll is an environmental artist and educator whose practice spans art and science to create wearable art, sculpture and installations. Nadine creates immersive experiences that explore human, plant and animal interrelationships through themes of symbiosis, resilience, community and sustainability. Her work is informed by environmental education and permaculture design approaches to explore how humans can learn from nature to create more mutually beneficial relationships between ourselves and the world around us. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Education (Visual Arts) and has nine years experience creating learn programs and resources for Reverse Garbage Queensland and Museum of Brisbane.

Nadine was awarded the SWELL Smalls Gallery People's Choice Award, the Hornsby Art Prize (Digital Art Stills category) 2021 and the LUMAS Gallery and Sequana Partners Arts Grant Program in 2020. Select projects include Curiosity Brisbane’s Queensland Schools Challenge (2021); solo outdoor exhibition for Knox City Council, fashion show for World Environment Day with Brisbane City Council (2019); and residencies with scientists from the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (2018); Inner West Council and Oakleigh State School (2017).

Field Trip is an international research symposium investigating creative practice at the intersection of art, science, technology and the environment. 

Sunshine Coast
Sep 25 2021