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Jamberoo Music Festival | Artist applications open

Artists application open now!!

For expressions of interest email programadmin@jamberoomusicfestival.com



Call for proposals: Gunyah Artist in Residence Program 2018

Visual artists, writers, composers, performance artists, curators, new media, designers and other creators are welcome to apply for solo, collaborative, family and group residencies.

Gunyah is a unique three bedroom house in the village of North Arm Cove, in the NSW Great Lakes region. 30 more words


Gerringong Pics and Flicks | A man called Ove

Friday 1st December, final for 2017

In 2017 Pics and Flicks took its audiences around the world with films from Colombia, Spain, France, New Zealand, Estonia, US, UK, Denmark and Chile. 386 more words


Exhibition | Greg Vale

Greg Vale will have his next exhibition at the Old Fire Station from Thursday 23 November 2017

The exhibition is a round up of Greg’s recent successes at the Berry and Kiama shows. 26 more words


Shadow work is scary stuff

I was about ready to scream.  I’d begun to work through a Ken Wilber shadow integration exercise when I could feel my frustration and anger reaching the shouting stage.   1,013 more words

Timebanking | Supporting Artists

A valuable resource for artists to share and trade skills for FREE!

Timebanking is an initiative to build stronger community connection and interaction. Designed to help build lasting relationships between its members the Timebanking program fosters this by encouraging members to share their skills with their community using time as currency. 220 more words


Australia Council joins call for fair pay for artists following latest research

Research released today by the Australia Council shows a deterioration in artists’ incomes while artistic practice itself continues to expand and diversify.

The research, funded by the Australia Council, has been released with a clear statement from CEO Tony Grybowski on what’s at stake if arts policy and artists’ pay do not address the research’s findings. 300 more words