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NRCG Launch Artist in Residence Program

NRCG Launch Artist in Residence Program

The Ignite Studios @ NRCG AiR program provides time and space to expand on artistic practice, researching and experimenting with ideas for new work or new ways of working. The Funded AiR is available for residencies exploring two themes; Environment Futures and Space and Place and is open to Australian and International arts professionals from a diverse spectrum of creative disciplines, both emerging and established, from the quirky to obscure celebrating the importance of contemporary art voices with people and place.

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Job Opportunity // Byron Writers Festival

10 January 2018

Job Opportunity // Byron Writers Festival

Byron Writers Festival are looking for a General Manager. This is a new senior role for the organisation and are looking for someone with initiative, a dedication to innovation and excellence working as part of a small team.

Byron Writers Festival is the hub of the Northern Rivers’ vibrant literary culture of reading and writing. Our primary purpose is to create and deliver programs that involve and enrich established and emerging writers, and readers of all ages.

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The Art of the Moving Image: Light Box at SWIFF

9 January 2018

The Art of the Moving Image: Light Box at SWIFF

Lismore artist Di James is “the glue” holding together the creativity and technical wizardry of the inaugural Light Box project.

Thanks to a new partnership with Festivals Australia, Screenwave International Film Festival presents the new SWIFF Light Box project as a free and accessible outdoor exhibition for festival goers, locals, and visitors to the region beaming moving image artworks on to spaces around the Jetty precinct in Coffs Harbour.

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c.a.s.e Announces Small Grants Fund

19 December 2017

c.a.s.e Announces Small Grants Fund

Local community arts group, c.a.s.e (contemporary art space and education), has created a new initiative which aims to support local arts practitioners seeking financial assistance with specific visual arts projects or activities.

c.a.s.e is offering two grants of $1000 each, which may provide assistance towards the cost of the production of new work, exhibition, workshops, further study, advertising, photography or online presence.

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