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Regional Arts Boards Bring Artists and Communities Together

Artists and communities will be brought together through a number of initiatives developed with Regional Arts Boards in the North, Central West and Murray regions.

The Murwillumbah Art Trail 2015: Sustainable Artfluences: 11-16 June

Supported by a $5,000 Country Art Support Program (CASP) grant, The Murwillumbah Art Trail 2015: Sustainable Artfluences is an exhibition of contemporary art that showcase over 60 established and emerging artists of the Tweed Valley and surrounds. Over a six day period from11 – 16 June, the town and shops will be transformed into the gallery.  Visitors are invited to follow the exhibition trail. It includes established galleries, artists’ studios, pop up galleries and public art.

Read more about the event here.




Arts OutWest – Winter Arts Networking Nights – June – August 2015

They were so successful in 2014, that Arts OutWest has brought them back! Now Arts OutWest is looking for presenters for the 2015 series.

Using the engaging Pecha Kucha format – a simple presentation format where 20 images are each shown for 20 seconds – the images, projected onto a screen, advance automatically and the presenter talks along to them. Each presentation is only six minutes and 40 seconds in total.

The first session will be held in Wellington on Wednesday 17 June at the Cow and Calf, 135 Lee Street, Wellington.

To find out more click here.

Murray Arts – CIRCUIT – June 20-21

A great opportunity to watch demonstrations, listen to artist talks, get creative in workshops and visit exhibitions. Circuit will feature nine individual artist studios and 10 gallery spaces and artist collectives.

Circuit open studios program is a curated trail of discovery with inspiring painting, printing, pottery and sculpture demonstrations, and artist talks while you enjoy gourmet delights in the vibrant and eclectic working studio spaces, artist collectives and galleries of the Murray region.

View the full program here.