This year Mullum Music Festival turns 10. Not bad for a little festival that started on the night of a massive electrical storm. Perhaps it was an omen, because in the decade since its humble beginnings this little gem of a festival has defied all odds and gone from strength to strength, presenting more than 600 world-class artists in a village with a population of just over 3000 people. Read more
In September 2018 the Giiyong Festival will take place at Jigamy, just north of Eden. It will be the region’s first multi-art form festival celebrating traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture through dance, art, literature, music, film, theatre, food, sport, workshops and cultural tours. Read more
The Murwillumbah Art Trail (MAT) is an exhibition of contemporary art that showcases artists of the Tweed Valley and surrounds. Now it its third year, the event will run over a six day period. Read more
Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre in collaboration with South West Arts and South West Music invite you to their Warrang-Warrang event which will be held on 1st June.
Warrang-Warrang (song corroboree) is on Thursday 1 June from 3.30 - 7pm and is part of Reconciliation Week. Read more
Cementa Contemporary Arts Festival took place from 6-9 April this year, spanning four day and nights with performances, sound, cabaret, interactive and electronic arts, video, photography, installation and ceramics. Read more
A bumper 2017 program is now out for the River of Art festival, showcasing a feast of arts to delight, inspire and entertain. Running over ten days from 19 to 28 May, the festival dishes up more than 130 arts treats along the South Coast, all the way from Durras to Bermagui. Read more
A once flourishing cement works town, Kandos (pop. 1,200) is located 3.5 hours from Sydney between the towns of Lithgow and Mudgee. The town owes its existence to the plentiful supplies of limestone and coal in the region, which supported the former cement plant up until its closure in 2012. Read more
Join Luke Jaaniste and Julian Day from Super Critcial Mass for a unique workshop experience.
The workshops are open to anyone of any level; participants do not need to be an experienced 'singer', or be in a choir. The workshop is intended to be experimental, fun and moving. Read more