Artist, musician, educator

Sounding the Condmine

Sounding the Condamine was an outdoor installation and performance work celebrating the sound of the historic Condamine Bell. On the banks of Dogwood Creek at Gil Weir - 20 artists, dancers and musicians animated the landscape in a tribute to the iconic bell that gave drovers safety, comfort and an incredibly refined musical ear!

The event included a musical treasure map to guide guests through the installation, a mass bell-ringing, and a concert featuring new work by six Queensland composers, all featuring the bell. Many guests brought their own Condamine bells, which became a magical part of the event.

The development and presentation of Sounding the Condamine was generously funded by Q150 and the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.


Trombones in Tinnies

The Condamine Bell

Featuring works by Davidson, Leek, Newcomb

Condamine Jack reading his poetry


Passing the Condamine Bell