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Orana Arts | CETA

CETA is a digital arts engagement program of experimental labs with Aboriginal communities across the Orana Region. This project is inspired by contemporary arts practice, developed for cultural sustainability and driven by Aboriginal people. Read more

Orana Arts | Staging Stories (2015-18)

In 2015 Orana Arts commenced the Staging Stories project. Funded through an initiative by Create NSW, Staging Stories aimed to develop and provide support for Aboriginal playwrights and performers across the whole of regional NSW. Read more

South East Arts | Grow the Music

South East Arts brought Grow the Music back to South East NSW, courtesy of Create NSW. Throughout October, the Grow the Music crew undertook intensive music and recording workshops in the Aboriginal communities of Wallaga Lake and Eden, NSW. Read more

South East Arts | Giiyong Festival

In September 2018 South East Arts will present Giiyong Festival at Jigamy, just north of Eden. It will be the region’s first multi-art form festival celebrating traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture through dance, art, music, film, theatre, food, sport, workshops and cultural tours. Read more

BOLDsparks Lifelong Learning Program

Location: Ballina, Northern NSW (Arts Northern Rivers) Contribution: $5,000 - Country Arts Support Program (CASP) The BOLDsparks Lifelong Learning Program was a pilot program developed by Northern Rivers Community Gallery, that was delivered through a series of workshops at the gallery throughout 2017. Read more

Mudgee Zine-Makers Workshop

Location: Mudgee, Orana Region (Orana Arts) Contribution: $3,000 - Country Arts Support Program (CASP) In 2017 the Mudgee Readers' Festival staged a workshop series called Making a Magazine, led by local artist and journalist Sam Paine. Read more

Footprint Theatre Film School

Location: Pambula, Far South Coast (South East Arts) Contribution: $3,000 - Country Arts Support Program (CASP) The Footprint Theatre Film School was held at Pambula Public School during the April school holidays from the 8-13 April 2017. Read more

Arts Northern Rivers | Art on Bundjalung Country (2017)

Increasingly, creativity is being seen as a major indicator in increasing people’s health and wellbeing. Art on Bundjalung Country was a major partnership between the Lismore Regional Gallery, Arts Northern Rivers, North Coast Primary Health Network, Bulgarr Ngaru Aboriginal Medical Corporation and University Centre for Rural Health to stimulate artistic practice for emerging Aboriginal artists to enhance their social, economic and health outcomes. Read more