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
Be part of something extraordinary at Saltwater Freshwater Festival on Australia Day. Celebrate in the spirit of country where our rivers meet the sea and experience living Aboriginal culture on the Mid North Coast, home to the nations of the Gumbaynggirr, Biripi, Dunghutti and Worimi people. Read more
A series of poles to be painted by artists including members of the Ngemba Wailwan art group will form part of the Indigenous cultural heritage interpretive displays at the new Window on the Wetlands (WOW) Centre in Warren to be opened at 5pm tomorrow, World Environment Day. Read more
Renowned Aboriginal weaver, Dolly Jerome, will pass on her knowledge of weaving in a series of cross generational weaving workshops to be held next week at Trewlawney Station, Gomeroi Gaaynggal Centre and Hillvue Public school. Read more
The amazing array of talent of Aboriginal young people in the Armidale area will be showcased at the first Festival of the Brave with the main event on Saturday 13 December at the Armidale Showgrounds. Read more