Narooma based Djaadjawan Dancers has notched up another success coming third in the inaugural Homeground Festival Dance Rites competition. The placing has earned the troupe the opportunity to perform mid 2016 at the Sydney Opera House. Read more
It’s a year of firsts for Hothouse Theatre’s Studio Ensemble. This year not only have they worked with the Sydney based Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP), but they will also bring the co-production, Between the Clouds to Sydney and perform in ATYP’s Studio 1 at Walsh Bay for a four night season from 25 – 28 November. Read more
The acclaimed Sydney World Chamber Music Orchestra will perform its transformative, Three Sides of Love and Death in Queanbeyan on Friday 27 November. Then on Saturday 28 November present three public workshops in Jerrabomberra. Read more
A play about alternative political systems and performed at the 18th Norfolk Island Theatre Festival earlier this month has earned its writer, performers and director accolades from audiences and the festival adjudicator, Barbara Lowing. Read more
When it opened in the Lismore Regional Art Gallery late last year, the Resistance Obsolescence: [nothing is] useless exhibition was described by reviewer for ABC North Coast, Jeanti St Clair as '...a fascinating adventure into the analog world of audio and redundant technology, which along the way explores our voracious compulsion to consume the new, our addiction to the upgrade.' Now the second iteration of the exhibition featuring work from artists with and without a disability is at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. Read more
Applications for projects to be funded under the Country Art Support Program close on 1 October.
The grants for a maximum amount ranging from $3,000 to $5000 (varying by Regional Arts Board) are available to groups and organisations based in regional NSW for projects occurring between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2016. Read more
Lex Marinos features in Ghosts in the Scheme developed through Project Cosmopolitana.
The world premiere of the theatre production, Ghosts in the Scheme, on Wednesday 2 September, marks the culmination of more than two years work to bring the stories of the early migrants who came to the Cooma and Canberra regions to work on the Snowy Mountains Scheme. Read more