Essentially for education, cultural pursuits and/or research, where alternative methodologies can be explored and developed, in a constantly evolving environment.
The CORRIDOR project is a regional not for profit company, based at Riverslea Station Woolshed on the banks of the Lachlan River near Cowra NSW.
The name CORRIDOR was chosen to suggest both corridors of learning and environmental corridors.
The Board of Directors have been selected from the Creative Industries, Universities and Business professions. The Patrons of the CORRIDOR Project are Andrew Upton and Cate Blanchett.
The CORRIDOR project has involved the reinvigoration of an iconic woolshed and facilities, by d-CONSTRUCT Architects, sited in a magnificent landscape of strewn granite boulders, above the meander of the Lachlan River. It provides a regional space for the Creative Industries, Education, Environmental and Scientific initiatives. The Shearers Quarters have been upgraded to accommodate for long-term stays, based on the concept of relocating scientists, artists and students from their typical environs to examine their projects from a different perspective. Essentially providing a "stepping off point" for exploration and providing a platform for inter-disciplinary cross-pollination in a regional setting.
The CORRIDOR project would like to acknowledge the Wiradjuri people who are the traditional custodians of the land at this location. We would also like to pay respect to their people both past and present and extend that respect to other Aboriginal Australians who collaborate on projects with us through our Cultural Connections program.
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