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Artist Call Out | 2018 NAIDOC Exhibition

16 May 2018

Artist Call Out | 2018 NAIDOC Exhibition

Bunjum Aboriginal Corporation in partnership with Arts Northern Rivers and Northern Rivers Community Gallery invite artists to submit work using the these ‘Because of Her, We Can’ for the 2018 NAIDOC Week Exhibition at the Gallery.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists who have a strong cultural connection to the Cabbage Tree/ Ballina Region are invited to submit one work exploring the NAIDOC theme ‘Because of Her, We Can’.

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Imagine Science Film Festival at The Quad

10 May 2018

Imagine Science Film Festival at The Quad

The Quad has partnered with Southern Cross University’s LabX and Associate Professor Grayson Cooke to bring the Imagine Science Film Festival’s (ISFF) first-ever Australian screening to Lismore to be screened in the Quadrangle. This event is part of the Quadrangle’s open air residency series Plein Air, which invites companies and individuals to take part in cross-disciplinary exploration of public space.

 

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Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Applications Open

9 May 2018

Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Applications Open

Applications are now open for the Tweed Regional Gallery’s Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio program for 2019.  The Studio is an on-site, live-in studio at the Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre.

Overlooking the picturesque surrounds of the Gallery, with views to Mount Warning/Wollumbin, the AIR Studio is a dynamic legacy of Margaret Olley’s support for artists through personal mentorship and professional assistance.

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Ballina Dancer Awarded NSW Young Regional Artist Fellowship

9 May 2018

Ballina Dancer Awarded NSW Young Regional Artist Fellowship

Tara Coughlan, a senior dancer with Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre, has been awarded a NSW Young Regional Artist Fellowship worth $10,000 by the NSW government through Create NSW.

The Fellowship is for the project, Escalate Further, which will allow Tara to be mentored by Canberra dance artist Liz Lea on solo and duet work, including a duet called Gemini with fellow Sprung!! dancer Sinead Skorka Brennan.

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