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Calling all creatives from around the region!

We're thrilled to be hosting a tremendous networking opportunity with the Create NSW team - a newly amalgamated agency incorporating Arts NSW and Screen NSW, Create NSW is the Government's agency for arts, screen and culture.

Meet the team, share your big ideas, make new connections and discover for yourself what makes a gathering of like minds truly memorable!

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Are you passionate about sharing your Aboriginal culture and connection to community within our region? 

We're seeking an Aboriginal Arts Officer and Aboriginal Arts Curator - Emerging

Applications have now closed.

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Are you passionate about inland wetlands, waterways and river systems? 

We're seeking a creative Project Manager to showcase and curate a large collection of professionally produced photographs to start a conversation around healthy wetlands, waterways and river systems.

Expressions of Interest are now closed

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White Light celebrates the play of light in artwork. The theme is explored in a broad array of styles by the members of Albury-Wodonga Artists Society. The Albury Wodonga Artists Society (AWAS) was first formed in 1987, with the aim of encouraging member's artistic talents, developing skills, and sharing the endeavour of creating art.

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The Country Arts Support Program (CASP) is a Create NSW initiative that aims to build a creative, vibrant and resilient NSW arts and cultural sector. It provides small grants, between $3,000 - $5,000, to local arts and community organisations in regional NSW for projects that will take place in 2018.

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Exhibition dates: 9am-4pm Monday 3 - Friday 7 July 2017

Local Aboriginal Art will be on display at North East Water’s regional headquarters in Wodonga during NAIDOC Week.

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Flow of the River
Department of Justice & Regulation Aboriginal Art Exhibition

GIGS Art Gallery, Gateway Village Wodonga

Tuesday 20 June – Sunday 2 July 2017

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Whether you're an avid consumer or a new downloader,
we're excited to announce that Bethany Atkinson-Quinton
will be offering an introductory workshop to the world of podcasting!

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 Headlie Taylor Header Museum Sculpture EOIs are now closed.

The Greater Hume Shire Council, in partnership with the Headlie Taylor Header Museum and Murray Arts, wishes to commission a significant public artwork in front of the Headlie Taylor Header Museum, located within the Henty Bicentennial Park.

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HART is a very personal and moving examination of the contemporary effects of Australia's forcible separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. Young Noongar man Ian Michael and his co-writer Seanna van Helten developed HART through testimonials and interviews with four Noongar men spanning three generations – including Ian himself.

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Why? To set a record for mass tap dancing in the Border and North East!

Nathan Sheens, renowned Tap Dog is honoured to be part of International Tap Dancing celebrations in Wodonga.

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Attracted by the co-mentoring relationship which is at the heart of the School Drama program, three teachers at Yackandandah Primary School participated in 2016. Here is a snapshot of the School Drama program by two of the staff, visiting teaching artist Alyson Evans and Principal, Mr Michael Edwards...

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"School Drama has changed the way I look at every single picture book I pick up or see on our classroom shelf.
It gives you the skills, tools, support and confidence to effortlessly meld drama into an enriching English curriculum."

Brendan Hogan, Yackandandah Primary School

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Murray Arts is thrilled to announce that Alyce Fisher will be taking up residence in the Murray Arts Office on Gateway Island, as our new Executive Director.

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Did you know that Murray Arts has four hand-made Marimbas available for loan to schools throughout the year?

Murray Arts owns four hand-made Marimbas that are available for FREE to schools in the Albury-Wodonga & North East Vic region. The Marimbas are availavle for loan in 2017. 

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Experience historical trails and legendary tales as you explore the vast cultural experiences on offer in a Cultural Trail brochure of the NSW Southern Riverina and North East Victoria region. 

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Three years in the making, a colourful mural has been installed on the Woolworth's Sanger Street wall in Corowa.

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New work by local Aboriginal artists identifies stories, personal connections and growth of practice. Our Stories: Our Voices Exhibition opened Friday 5 August 2016 at 5.30pm.

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Young Aboriginal art students from the Flexible Learning Centre have had the unique opportunity of seeing their works in print, all thanks to City of Wodonga and Murray Arts.

Working under the guidance of renowned local artist and printmaker Linda Fish and Aboriginal artist Tamara Murray, a group of four students reinterpreted their individual Aboriginal designs using the age-old tradition of stencilling, merging contemporary ideas into a simple stencil to print.

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Natalie Ord - principal photographer behind Manifeasto Photography, has been working on a project for Indigo Shire Council in her home town of Chiltern...and the results are stunning!

The project was about capturing the community of Chiltern at work, rest and play; meeting people in community groups, on the street, in their homes and businesses; capturing portraits in a candid and genuine style; and exploring the local landscape, both built and natural.

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Artists In the Black is proudly supporting a series of short animations, designed to educate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists about their rights. By releasing this series, Artists in the Black hopes to engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts communities in an ongoing conversation about legal rights and responsibilities, so that artists are empowered to carry out their practice in a non-exploitative and culturally aware environment.

 

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