South East Arts will be assisting the Cobargo Folk Festival with their Aboriginal Arts and Culture content once more in 2017. The Festival runs 24-26 February in the village of Cobargo, halfway between Bega and Narooma in the stunning hinterland of the Far South Coast of New South Wales. Read more
Want to learn more about First Nations arts? The Australia Council for the Arts is offering presenters and programmers an opportunity to join a delegation to the 2017 YIRRAMBOI First Nations Arts Festival. Read more
The Australia Council are inviting expressions of interest to participate in an immersive four day residential Innovation Lab in May 2017. The Lab will offer an entirely Indigenous creative space with hope to strengthen future Indigenous signature works and embolden artists with strong ideas and innovative work. Read more
Warakurna: All the Stories Got into our Minds and Eyes is an exhibition of contemporary paintings and sculptures that document a new art movement emerging from the Western Desert community of Warakurna. Read more
This project is an opportunity for emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander artists to learn new skills and for local artists to have their work seen and sold in an exhibition program at the new Lismore Regional Gallery in 2017. Read more
Ten young people aged 10 - 28 connected to Jerrinja Aboriginal country and culture on the South Coast of NSW recently embarked on a creative journey.
The group learnt technical photography and design skills to engage and connect with traditional Jerrinja Aboriginal language, country and culture.
This exhibition displays the best 30 photographic works and the journey of the inspiring young artists after months of workshops at Culburra Beach. Read more
Gurangatch and Mirrigan is an important local Aboriginal story, often told by Alfie Walker. Working with the local Aboriginal community, the Lieder Theatre Company is developing a theatrical interpretation of the story for performances in schools and at the Lieder in November 2017. Read more