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Central West showcases Aboriginal arts

Arts OutWest’s second major regional showcase of Aboriginal arts and culture, Marramarra Bulla, will be held in Parkes on November 17. Marramarra is a Wiradjuri word meaning ‘make, create, do’ and Bulla is a word meaning ‘two’. Read more

NSW Rural Women’s Gathering

This year’s NSW Rural Women’s Gathering celebrates 2012 as the national year of reading and the national year of the farmer with themes of reading and farming. Read more

Spiniflix Film Festival

Acclaimed movie critic David Stratton will officially open the Spiniflix Film Festival in Parkes on Saturday September 29 from 2pm. David will kick off the festival by screening his personal choice of film, Newsfront. Read more

Gleanings Contemporary Australian Porcelain by Shannon Garson

Narek Galleries in Tanja will be exhibiting Shannon Garson’s latest contemporary porcelain work for six weeks from late September. Garson has developed her unique approach to porcelain, combining draftsmanship with the ceramic making processes, over the past decade. Read more

Moruya Jazz Festival

The Moruya Jazz Festival is back in 2012 with crowd favourites big band spectacular, festival of voice, jazz in the park and the festival headliner, the Ernesto Cervini Quartet. Read more

Spirit of the Land Festival Lockhart

The Spirit of the Land Festival Lockhart took shape in response to the worst drought in the Shire’s 110 year history and escalating concerns over rural suicide and economic hardship. Read more

Bangarra's of earth & sky tours regionally

Bangarra Dance Theatre artistic director Stephen Page has commissioned of earth & sky to tour a string of regional theatres, kicking off from October 31 at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre before visiting Geraldton, Bunbury, Albany, Bathurst, Orange, Albury, Wagga Wagga, Dubbo and finally Port Macquarie. Read more

Sydney Theatre Company debuts In a Heart Beat

Sydney Theatre Company will be debuting In a Heart Beat at the Hoskins Centre in Armidale during the second week of October. Created by Jo Turner and Susanna Dowling as part of STC’s Theatre in Communities program, the play is a coming of age story made in Armidale for the New England Community. Read more