Byron Youth Theatre’s latest production No One Way that opens Sunday 26 July at the Drill Hall Theatre uses dramatic scenes, dance and poetry to explore gender and sexuality issues faced by young people in the community.
Do you have an innovative idea for a community based arts project or event that you believe will make the Northern Rivers even more vibrant and exciting than it already is? Well, now is your chance to show us what you've got!
It can be an ongoing challenge for rural towns to maintain a viable and sustainable creative industry. But for Murwillumbah, a change is on the horizon with the 2016 Murwillumbah Art Trail blazing along the road to success.
The Northern Rivers is a region of villages, most with a hall that lay at their heart. Some sit proud on hills, some tilted with age but all are places of stories and keepers of secrets. If These Halls Could Talk is a multi-arts project celebrating..
Over the next three years the Northern Rivers Creative Roadshow will roll out as a series of high street pop ups’ showcasing the work of Northern Rivers Creative members who live and work in each of the seven LGAs...
Arts Northern Rivers is the peak body and support agency for arts and cultural development in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. We are part of a statewide network of 14 regional arts boards, providing strategic direction for sustainable arts and cultural development for our vibrant region.
We are an independent not for profit organisation, supported by Arts NSW and our seven local governments - Ballina, Byron Shire, Clarence Valley, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed Shire.
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