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‘ALMOST A MIRROR’ A CONCEPTUAL SUCCESS!

Having premiered at the Tathra Hotel this past May 2022, Almost a Mirror is an edgy mash up of live music and storytelling, based on Kirsten Krauth’s popular and critically acclaimed novel and podcast series of the same name. The success of the performance has proven...

FLAMIN’ HELL CELEBRATES HEROISM AND DETERMINATION

Funded in part by the Regional Arts Fund (RAF), Flamin’ Hell, a project commissioned by the Jingellic Hub, is a reminder of the heroism and determination of the volunteer firefighters of the district during the Black Summer Bushfires that devastated the area in the summer of 2019-20.

DIVE INTO SOMETHING DEADLY

Something Deadly is an Indigenous-focused adventure video series that explores Traditional names, cultures of the land and life off the beaten track. If you thought you wanted to experience it all before, this series will have you hooked and ready to go.

Dr James T. Farley recalls his experience utilising the Quick Response Grant

In a profound tribute to his love of regional Australia, Dr James Farley has encapsulated the post-industrial conditional of one of Australia’s most remote cities, Broken Hill, in his photographic series, Silver City 2015-2018.   Broken Hill is recognised for its...

Bandicoot Pottery rebuilds after Black Summer bushfires

Bandicoot Pottery has rebuilt after the Black Summer bushfires destroyed the studio two years ago thanks to assistance from the RAF Relief fund.

Flying Fruit Fly Circus ‘Under Construction’

Now in its second year, ‘Under Construction’ is a new program developed by the Flying Fruit Fly Circus in 2020 with the aim to support emerging circus artists in regional NSW. The program resulted from the need to provide circus artists who have graduated from the...

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LATEST ARTS NEWS FROM REGIONAL NSW

EXHIBITION | MERAKI

The ‘Meraki’ exhibition opens to the public on July 15th!

GUNNEDAH’S NAIDOC EXHIBITION OPENS JULY 8

Gunnedah’S NAIDOC Week Exhibition opens at the Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery on Friday. July 8th. The annual art exhibition is a key element of Gunnedah Shire’s NAIDOC Week celebrations, and will be a space to share valuable stories of culture and identity, to start conversations and enrich understanding. The exhibition will be open until August 5.

WOLLUMBIN ART AWARD | TWEED REGIONAL GALLERY

The Wollumbin Art Award (WAA) is Tweed Regional Gallery’s new biennial award open to artists living in the Tweed, Ballina, Byron, Kyogle and Scenic Rim Shires, as well as Lismore and Gold Coast City.

ARTS UPPER HUNTER ANNOUNCES EIGHT LOCAL ORGANISATIONS SHARE IN $23,385 TO FUND ART PROJECTS

Through their Country Arts Support Program (CASP), South East Arts has announced $34,000 in funding to artists and arts organisations in the south east. The funding will support 16 individual artists with $1,000 Creative and Professional Development grants and seven arts organisations with up to $3,000 for Small Projects in the Bega Valley, Eurobodalla and Snowy Monaro.

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