Currently artist in residence at Ignite Studios at Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina, artist UUendy Lau used the opportunity to re-connect with one of the most beautiful natural phenomena - waves.
Offering both $5000 prize money and a unique visibility opportunity, the new BAM Art Prize offers a significant opportunity. Presented by Byron Arts Magazine, the prize is designed to promote awareness of arts in the Northern Rivers.
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 are calling for proposals for ambitious arts projects ready to be developed into a funding application. The project will be groundbreaking and have the ability to grab the attention of a local, national or international audience.
In 2018 the Art on Bunjulung Country project returns to provide opportunities for Aboriginal people across the Northern NSW to explore better health and wellbeing through connection with cultural arts.
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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