Following on from a showing at the Artspace at the Concourse in Sydney next week as a part of the Accessible Arts conference the Twelve + 3 touring exhibition will travel back to Ballina where it will open at the Northern Rivers Community Gallery on the 6th November. The exhibition features the work of twelve artists with disability from across the North and Mid north coast of NSW as well as the work of 3 supported studios from across the region. The exhibition will be on display at the Northern Rivers Community gallery for the entire month of November. NRCG_flyer_12plus3_Sprung_November 2014-EFlyer
Last week North Coast manager Julie Barratt attended the Regional Arts Summit in Kalgoorlie alongside RADO Peter Wood and Zoe Robinson-Kennedy from Arts Northern Rivers. The conference was attended by over 500 delegates and sessions raised discussions on arts leadership, funding strategies and research, the management of remote Arts Centres and much more. Julie and Zoe presented a 20 x 20 presentation on the twelve + 3 exhibition which was well received. A digital presentation of the exhibition was also shown in the digital gallery space at the conference. The next Regional Arts Summit will take place in Dubbo, 2016.
Julie and Zoe presenting on twelve + 3
It’s Cabaret Time! Back by popular demand, The 2014 MOST Kabaret! Headlining RUDELY INTERRUPTED” on their” 2014 Australian Tour! I AM ALIVE “An evening of fantasy, entertainment and inspiration to” flip your switches!” MC”d by Jimmy Willing and The fabulous Mae Wilde Poetry, puppetry, music to dance to and more! Special guest spot by Jax Jacki Brown with fresh material from the Melbourne Fringe Festival! It’s a night of fantasy, so come dressed to a ticketed theme, enjoy prizes and raffles throughout the evening and get ready to dance, dance, dance!!
Friday 31st October 2014. Lismore Workers Club. Starts 6pm. Book a table and share this event with your friends!
A ground breaking new work not to be missed….”A day in the life” will Premiere at the Byron Community Theatre on Saturday, September 27.
Find out all about their golden treasure here & get involved!
Welcome to our latest entry in Reflections from the Edge – part of a series of blog features written by or interviews with artists with disability in response the experience of Creation Connections projects & community inclusive programs of the North Coast/Mid North Coast. Today’s feature is on emerging Artist Alyssa Black who we interviewed recently and whose work is also included in our Artist Profiles Page. An extraordinary artist in every way and one to watch as her career develops!
Recently we posted information on the Sprung! photographic exhibition showcased at Lone Goat Gallery in Byron Bay. Here’s a glimpse of what it’s all about…
Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre Inc. presents A day in the life… a remarkable exhibition of photographs by Katrina Folkwell