A brief wrap up of the recent Kyogle Yarn Spinning Phenomena where cultural demonstrations of knitting, crocheting, felting, pom pom making and spinning occurred alongside opportunities for people to contribute to the yarn bombing installations and participate in the verbal yarn spins.
20 July 2017
Held during National Families Week, the Kinship Festival, now in its third year, is celebrated annually in Murwillumbah by Indigenous and non-Indigenous families. A vibrant cultural festival, Kinship connects families with community, culture and country, linking people through shared learning and meaningful participation in the hope of creating stronger families and stronger communities.
3 November 2016
Artists and arts and cultural organisations across regional NSW will share in more than $245,000 as part of a State Government funding program of short-term, locally initiated arts projects.
The Country Arts Support Program bolsters community spirit throughout the state by encouraging people to create and experience local art projects.