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
HotHouse Theatre presents a personal and moving play to mark National Reconciliation Week.
HART is an examination of the contemporary effects of Australia’s forcible separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. Read more
Entries for the Grafton Regional Gallery’s 2017 Clarence Valley Indigenous Art Award (CVIAA) are now open.
The CVIAA aims to promote contemporary Indigenous art of the North Coast of New South Wales and develop the collection of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art held by the Grafton Regional Gallery. Read more
Arts North West, through their Aboriginal Culture Support Program, has visited Tenterfield to record stories of Elders as a part of a series of documentaries for Rivers to Ridges, and the stories in between project. The project is funded by the Federal Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts Program. Read more
Calling all beanie lovers everywhere, it you loved the first and second collections or maybe you missed them, now is your chance to catch the fabulous new Colours of the Country III: Alice Springs Beanie Festival national tour together with Collection In Focus: New Acquisitions at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery commencing Saturday 25 March 2017. Read more
Arts OutWest are currently looking for artists to exhibit and sell work at Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Art Gallery at the Hartley Historic Site. The gallery, a joint initiative with National Parks and Wildlife Service, sells arts and cultural products made by Aboriginal artists and craftspeople. Read more
Held on the lands of the Kulin nation, Marram-nganjinu biik-gurrin is an international First Nations cultural summit that will help forge a new direction of leadership in the cultural and creative sectors. Read more
The successful applicant to the Education Officer role will demonstrate a passion for engaging with a variety of audiences, including children and families, seniors, youth, access, Culturally & Linguistically Diverse (CALD) and adult audiences. Read more
A unique cultural exchange and collaborative arts project between the Wake Up Time Women, a NSW Northern Rivers Bundjalung women’s textile-arts collective based in Casino and a group of Kunwinjku women textile artists, from Injalak Arts, Oenpelli, Northern Territory will be happening in late March. Read more