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Events - Aboriginal Arts

burraja gallery | Two Strengths: A Solo Exhibition of paintings by Tamara Murray

Tamara Murray is a Barkindji woman, living and sustaining her art practice in the border region. Tamara is a popular local painter, with her highly covetable work being sold recently to Wangaratta Dept. Human and Health Services, Wodonga Dept. Human Services and winning the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service acquisitive prize. Read more

Grafton Regional Gallery | Tracey Moffatt

Tracey Moffatt is one of Australia’s most successful international artists, known for her film, photography and video works. Drawing on cinema, television and the media, her art is equally inspired by popular culture, recollections from her childhood and art history. Read more

Orana Arts | A Little Piece of Heaven

A Little Piece of Heaven is the story of Auntie Ruth and Uncle Dick Carney, elders of the Narromine community. The couple tell their story in their own words, delivering a truly extraordinary untold tale of Aboriginal life in country NSW through the twentieth century. Read more

Booranga Writers’ Centre | July Writer-in-Residence: Ellen van Neerven

This July Booranga Writers' Centre will be welcoming award-winning author Ellen van Neerven to Wagga Wagga. Ellen will be in residence from 9 until 14 July and will deliver the ASAL Patrons Lecture at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery on Friday 13 July as well as conduct a writing workshop on Saturday 14 July at Booranga. Read more

Gunnedah Shire Council | NAIDOC 2018

NAIDOC Week is nearly here, and Gunnedah has celebrations for the whole community to enjoy. From 9 July to 15 July there will be a range of activities sharing Aboriginal culture and honouring the rich heritage of the Gamilaroi people. Read more

Big Sing by the Sea

Worimi Elders and Great Lakes Neighbourhood Services, on behalf of Better Learning, Better Communities (BLBC), invite you to share the second Big Sing by the Sea, a musical Worimi cultural experience where Aboriginal and non‐Aboriginal people sing and learn together. Read more