Arts and cultural organisations across the state, including three Northern Rivers organisations, will share in $18.5 million of funding provided by the NSW Government to deliver innovative and vibrant annual programs.
During the Jacaranda Festival Eatonsville Hall in the Clarence Valley will become a large scale immersive installation by local Yaegl woman and visual artist, Frances Belle Parker titled Can You Hear The Whispering Walls.
Our Way Stories celebrates the lives of Indigenous Elders from the Northern Rivers region of Bundjalung Country. Buy the book to support Indigenous cultural development and enable their knowledge to be passed on to generations to come.
Arts Northern Rivers is excited to announced the program for If These Halls Could Talk; a region-wide season of contemporary arts events being held in seven community halls from the 17 September – 17 December 2016.
This 3-year project is about rediscovering Aboriginal mark-making traditions; reconnecting Bundjalung artists and their communities with their heritage; exploring early art from within the region; and to assist local Indigenous...
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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