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Events - Aboriginal Arts

Window on the Wetlands Centre opens for June Long Weekend

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


Tarnanthi (tar-nan-dee), the inaugural Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art is being presented by the Art Gallery of South Australia Read more

Preserving Cultural Crafts

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

Bidjee Dreaming | Bundian Way Gallery

'Everything we paint comes off country.' Bidjee Dreaming opened in Delegate last month. This new exhibition will run for the next three months, showing a variety of works from Aboriginal artists residing in the high country of the South East region. Read more

Be Part of Saltwater Freshwater, Kempsey

The Saltwater Freshwater Festival is growing bigger and stronger every year. Organised by the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance, as an event that celebrates the living culture of Aboriginal people on the Mid North Coast and commemorates Australia Day as a positive, inclusive, family day for all communities to enjoy. Read more

Traditional Weaving Workshop

As part of National Parks New South Wales' NSW Discover Program, this is a rare opportunity to learn an ancient art. Join a senior Aborginal Discover Ranger for this exclusive traditional weaving workshop. Read more

2013 Parliament Prize Visits Outback Arts

Karla Dickens’ January 26, Day of Mourning has been announced as the 2013 Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize winner. The work transforms an old Australian flag, which has been embroidered and embellished by the artist. Read more