Craig Walsh: Digital Odyssey, A Museum of Contemporary Art Touring Project is a two-year tour and artist residency, which brings internationally regarded Australian artist Craig Walsh’s distinctive artwork to locations throughout the country. For this innovative and ambitious project, Walsh is travelling around Australia developing and presenting temporary or semi-permanent large-scale public projection works that are responsive to regional history, local stories and the surrounding landscape.


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    Jan Brown said,

    Hello from the little outback town of Winton, Western Queensland. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our community at the end of May. Sounds and looks like your two year odyssey around Australia has started off with a flying start. Enjoy your first opening night, sorry I can’t make it, it is a bit too far for me to travel, but look forward to the opening here.
    Hope you are thinking Dinosaurs!

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    Kristi Trujillo said,

    WOW! I just heard about Digital Odyssey on Radio National’s Artworks program and checked out the website. It looks amazing and surprising – I’m already planning on visiting Gerringong in November to check it out! Good luck with the rest of your odyssey and making it home.

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    Helen Weir (nee Fisher) said,

    Absolutely mind boggling! Craig, you and Hiromi are truely talented … I only wish I could get up close and personel with your artwork, I’m sure it is even more fantastic seeing it and not through a website. Let’s hope one day I get the opportunity. Good Luck guys!

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    HI there Hiromi and Craig and Kimiyo… its been ages since we met at new Life in Mackay in 2009 but it was important art healing for me… I have started painting again after over 29 years break and I have a group of piantings together called ” Our Ancestors” I am exhibiting 6 of them as part of a group exhibition called ” Terre di Mezze”(half the earth ) with 4 other women artists in Italy at ARTEGIRO Gallery in Montefiascone..although a long way from Australia somehow close in spirit.I wish to thank Hiromi for her tenderness and understanding and helping me come back to what i love …I hope to meet you down the track again soon xxx Kavisha

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