MCA & RANSW PROJECT
In 2012, Weaving Across the Outback, (funded by CASP) took place in the Outback Arts region - Bourke, Cobar, Coonamble, Walgett and Warren - where Aboriginal community members were shown the ancient techniques of fibre weaving by tour artists from Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Art and Cultural Studio. Read more
Sturt Park in Broken Hill City Council attracted over 1000 people to a NAIDOC Week Family Day. Celebrations in the region this week will include hip hop training events, cultural exchange concert, bush day and Wilcannia's NAIDOC Ball. Read more
During NAIDOC Week 2013, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery in partnership with SHINE for Kids is showcasing an exhibition of Indigenous artwork created by the talented participants of the Colourful Dreaming program. Read more
There will be dancing in the streets of Kempsey this NAIDOC Week, as twenty young Aboriginal dancers from the Mid North Coast perform in flash mobs as part of the Saltwater Freshwater Festival 2013 NAIDOC program. Read more
On Fridays during the picking season, Price’s Café in the small coastal town of Moruya NSW, was always packed. People were drinking milkshakes, eating hamburgers, meeting friends and enjoying the latest hits on the jukebox. Read more
This Australia Day, Taree will host the 4th Saltwater Freshwater Festival as a celebration of Indigenous identity and lifestyle.
The inaugural 2010 Saltwater Freshwater Festival exceeded everyone's expectations when 12,000 people enjoyed a free day of Aboriginal music, workshops, food, markets, dance, art and children’s activities at the Coffs Harbour Botanical Gardens. Read more