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
Some great images have recently come out of the Regional Arts Fund Project STAR-PICKET, a cross-cultural collaboration involving 12 Central West visual artists, and curated by Indigenous and non-Indigenous art workers. Read more
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory has hosted the National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) since 1984.
The aim is to recognise the important contribution made by Indigenous artists from regional and urban areas throughout Australia, working in both traditional and contemporary media Read more
The City of Wagga Wagga is inviting emerging artists to apply for limited spots in it's 2017 NightLights Digital Projection Masterclass with Joel Zika. Expressions of Interest are also now open for National Reconciliation Week 2017. Read more
The response to the New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) lecture this Saturday by leading barrister and author Mark Tedeschi QC about the Myall Creek Massacre was reportedly so positive that Mark agreed to present a second lecture on Sunday morning after the first lecture booked out. Since the announcement of this second available lecture, the second lecture has also booked out! Read more