Climate change and its devastating impact on the earth is the most pressing global issue of our time.

Join *Final Call* artist Courtney Scheu as she leads this immersive, earth-focussed movement experience through the Final Call exhibition. Tap into your mind-body connection through meditation, art, music and movement, while experiencing Final Call artworks in a new, transformative light.  

Our *Final Call* project is an artistic response to climate change, transforming the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden into an outdoor gallery featuring the work of six leading Queensland artists — Judy Watson, Robert Andrew, Courtney Coombs, Caitlin Franzmann, Courtney Scheu and Itamar Freed. 

You will be guided through the exhibition whilst listening to an original sound score and prompted to respond to the audio and visual stimulus through movement.  


  • Comfortable clothing 
  • Soft, closed in shoes you can move in  
  • Water bottle 
  • Hat & sunscreen 


At the Open Lawns, by Courtney Scheu and Itamar Freed's *Final Call* artwork.

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