Eco-art practice engages participants creatively in response to environmental issues.  Eco-art practice is extensive and can include festivals, music, drama, workshops, ephemeral and onsite installations, digital art and applications, sustainability of materials and presentation, upcycling, creative ecological restoration of sites and photography.  We design workshops and community engagement approaches for community groups, agencies, schools, community events and individuals. 

Community Art

Interact offers a range of community art programs and projects.  Our community art process focuses on connection between participants while encouraging people to explore their creativity freely.  We couple art practice with good music, food and spaces.  Many of our community art projects have environmental themes such as sustainable food choices, recycling and upcycling, growing your own food and local wildlife.