With the support of the Australia Councils International Visitors Program, we’re bringing DIY/DIWO whiz, Andreas Siagian out to Australia for some workshops and speaking tour. Stay tuned for the program and how to get involved. Read More
Which Way from Wagga Wagga is about making tangible the diverse perspectives informing our sense of place and identity in the world, as Australians, through the sharing of stories about the places we have come from. Read More
The Cultural Heritage Project, run through Kempsey TAFE, aims to consolidate the Dunghutti language, geneological records and known cultural history of the Dunghutti people of the Macleay Valley extending between Stuarts Point, Crescent Head and Bellbrook. Read More
Aboriginal Footprints in Glebe started as an initiative as part of part of National Aborigines and Islander Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week 2012. Read More
dLux MediaArts is a not-for-profit arts organisation that supports artists working at the intersection of art, science and technology in engaging with the public, through a program of touring exhibitions and creative skills development workshops.