Eco Green | The Art Factory Riverina Community College

Eco Green | The Art Factory

Eco Green | The Art Factory


Eco Green is an immersive exhibition, sponsored by Transgrid Community Partnership Program. This virtual as well as physical exhibition celebrates Transgrid's environmental initiatives as a testament to their dedication to delivering clean, sustainable, and reliable energy. Through innovative projects and forward-thinking strategies, Transgrid is leading the way towards a greener future.

Visitors to the exhibition online and onsite at Riverina Community College will have the opportunity to delve into and engage with Transgrid's various initiatives, gaining valuable insights into their efforts to reduce carbon emissions, champion renewable energy sources, and bolster environmental stewardship. Transgrid's unwavering ambition shines through in their commitment to creating a more sustainable future.

Simultaneously, The Art Factory's unwavering commitment to fostering inclusivity, challenging societal perceptions, and advocating for the professional recognition of artists with disabilities is making a profound impact on creating a more equitable and diverse society. By providing a platform for artists with disabilities to showcase their talents and creativity, The Art Factory is breaking down barriers and reshaping the narrative around disability in the arts. Through their efforts, they are not only promoting greater acceptance and appreciation for individuals of all abilities, but also driving positive social change and fostering a more inclusive cultural landscape.

Manager of The Art Factory Leanne Dyer commented the work in Eco Green “The artist in this exhibition have looked closely at their environment around them and had thoughtful discussions on their impact and participation in creating sustainable practices.

The Art Factory is a self-guided environment that supports the professional development of artists with disability. Artist in this exhibition are: Tanya Crawshaw, Allison Davis, Sherry Ann Gill, Rochelle Hapgood, Elle McKay, Jacqueline Meyers, Raine Mitter, Dave Nichols, Lorraine O’Hara and Brae Tye.

Eco Green will be open Monday to Friday 9.30 to 2.30pm at Riverina Community College located at 93 Murray Street and continues onsite and online until 2 June 2024.

For interviews or more information, contact The Art Factory manager Leanne Dyer on 02 6933 5555