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The Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre (MOAC) has won a prestigious national award from the peak Australian body for museums and galleries. The Gallery was presented with a Museums & Galleries National Award (MAGNA) in the...
Turning a creative idea or artistic practice into a profitable business isn’t always easy, particularly in regional areas. So, after speaking with many artists and creative industries practitioners about the challenges they face, we have...
Collaboration is at the heart of a new initiative launched by Southern Cross University. Live Ideas provided local councils, small businesses and community service organisations with a simple way to propose collaborative projects with SCU...
Arts Northern Rivers now has Deductible Gift Recipient status (DGR). This means that any donation over $2 can be claimed as a tax deduction – reducing your taxable income and helping us deliver some amazing initiatives across the region!
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..
Ten young Indigenous creatives from around the Northern Rivers were selected to take part in the program, which matches the emerging creatives, aged between 16 and 25, with arts industry professionals. IAM: Indigenous Arts Mentorship is part of our..
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...
This 3-year project is about rediscovering Aboriginal mark-making traditions; reconnecting Bundjalung artists and their communities with their heritage; exploring early Bundjalung Art from within the region; and to assist local Indigenous...
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