Latest News

A Really B.A.D. Art Auction

The inaugural A Really B.A.D. Art Auction has kicked off and will be open for three weeks, while this year's Bachelor of Art and Design (B.A.D.) class counts down to graduation. 

Callout Open for Art on Bundjalung Market

Arts Northern Rivers is calling out to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from, or who have a strong connection to, the Bundjalung region to join the upcoming Art on Bundjalung Market in Lismore.

Industry Leaders Join one-on-one Sessions

Our one-on-one sessions have been so popular that we have asked industry leaders from across the region to join us. If you would like to discuss a creative project, funding opportunities or professional development, book now.

Give Back

Give Back

Did you know Arts Northern Rivers has Deductable Gift Recipient status (DGR)? These donations meant we were able to produce the 'Our Way Stories' book and return all profits to the Elders.

Featured Projects

Art on Bundjalung Market

Art On Bundjalung Market celebrates the creative cultural heritage of the Bundjalung region. The event features handmade arts and crafts by established and emerging artists and collectives, employing traditional and contemporary materials.

VAMP – Volunteer Museums Project Artist in Residence 2021

Arts Northern Rivers is working with volunteer run museums in the Clarence Valley to participate in the Volunteer Museums Project (VAMP) artist in residence program.

Weavers of the Bundjalung Nation

Arts Northern Rivers, with funding from the Indigenous Languages and Arts Program, plan to deliver a book project that will ensure weaving techniques and stories will be available for future generations.

Rappville Creative

Arts Northern Rivers is currently delivering a creative recovery project in the Richmond Valley community of Rappville.