Among the line-up of complementary workshops planned for Griffith Pioneer Park Museum's 'Action Day' this Good Friday will be photography classes from a local living legend.
Garry Bazzacco has been capturing the City of Griffith for over four decades and will offer assistance to beginners and intermediate photographers. Read more
Learn the craft of writing short, sharp plays which will entertain, transfix, influence and suspend disbelief.
Develop your own story idea; discover the art of telling a grand narrative; how to write authentic dialogue; and create characters who’ll win hearts and move an audience to tears. Read more
Arts North West has been successful in securing $15,600 from Australian Government’s ANZAC Centenary Arts and Culture Fund for CHARGED! The series of workshops exlore the story of the Battle of Beersheba, and are a part of the Australian Government's National Anzac Centenary commemorations. Read more
Would you like to know more about grants and funding that your organisation can access?
Museums & Galleries of NSW is running a workshop at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre to help you understand what is available and how to go about applying for funding. Read more
Designed to provide fresh ideas for the classroom and music lessons, this interactive session will develop participants skills in extracting musical material and inspiration from the natural environment in ways both educational and fun for students. The session will be presented by Bega local, David Hewitt, on Thursday 30 March, 4.30-6.30pm, in the beautitful Four Winds Windsong Pavilion, just south of Bermagui. Read more
Melbourne author Rajith Savanadasa is the March writer in residence at Booranga Writers’ Centre for 2017. Rajith was born in Sri Lanka and now lives in Melbourne. He turned to creative writing in the final year of an engineering degree, which he followed up with the Professional Writing and Editing course at RMIT University. Read more
Meredith Woolnough's elegant embroidered traceries capture the delicate beauty of nature in knotted embroidery threads. Through a delicate system of tiny stitches she creates intricate and complex openwork compositions that are then carefully pinned in shadowboxes, just like preserved specimens. Read more
Join Peggy Popart for a kids tour of the Back Alley Gallery, including the mural by Guido van Helten, and then head back to the Lismore CWA building in Spinks Park for lots of fun art activities. Read more
Work with experimental artist duo Cake Industries to create large mobile robotic sculptures incorporating Lismore’s history of vibrant street protest and your feelings about the present, and dreams for the future. Read more
A comprehensive one-day seminar focusing on the business side of arts. Ideal for individual creative practitioners and people working and volunteering in arts organisations and festival committees. $65 including lunch, morning and afternoon tea. Please click the button to book. Read more