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Job Opportunity | Orana Arts, Cultural Projects Officer

Are you passionate about Indigenous arts? Do you want to contribute to and support regional creative communities? Orana Arts is seeking applications for a part-time (21 hours a week) Cultural Projects Officer to assist the ATSIA Programs Manager in delivering Aboriginal arts programs across the Orana region. Read more

South East NSW Hosts Australia's Newest Aboriginal Festival

In less than three months, on 22 September, South East NSW will host the newest Aboriginal festival in the nation – the inaugural Giiyong Festival, taking place at Jigamy, just north of Eden. Twofold Aboriginal Corporation, Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council and South East Arts are working together to present this one day multi-arts festival. 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

Arts North West | Making Old Markings New

The Making Old Markings New exhibition opening at the Armidale Aboriginal Cultural and Keeping Place on June 7 is the result of a two year project run by the Arts North West Aboriginal Cultural Support Program with funds from the Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund through Create NSW. Read more

New England Regional Art Museum | Myall Creek and Beyond

The New England Regional Art Museum and the Friends of Myall Creek Memorial invite you to the opening of the exhibition Myall Creek and beyond. Myall Creek and beyond features the work of Robert Andrew, Fiona Foley, Colin Isaacs, Julie Gough, Quarralia Knox, David Leha and Tim Leha, Laurie Nilsen, Judy Watson, Warraba Weatherall and will feature the Myall Creek Gathering Cloak facilitated by Carol McGregor and members of the region's Aboriginal community. Read more

Burraja Gallery | My Alice: Stephen Berger

My Alice is a collection of recent paintings by Central Arrente artist Stephen Berger investigating his intimate recollections of the desert landscapes of Alice Springs and surrounds. His disciplined practice of repetitious mark making is meditative and technical; in this, however, can be found a sense of reprieve and lightness, engulfing the observer into his contemplative world. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Yidumduma Bill Harney: Bush Professor

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present the new exhibition Yidumduma Bill Harney: Bush Professor an exciting retrospective celebrating the life work of Yidumduma Bill Harney, one of the last fully initiated men of the Wardaman people from the Northern Territory. Read more