Many of you will know David as one of Kiama’s singer/songwriter musicians, but not only does he now share his time between Vietnam and Australia, he has branched out into using a range of other skills he has acquired throughout his musical career. David Christopher can help you design and build websites ranging from basic landingContinue reading “Websites and Radio Ads”
Kiama and Shellharbour Artists you are invited…
An online directory for all artists at weaveartists.com.au Kiama and Shellharbour Artists sign up now Credit: Peter Izzard Photography You may be a painter, a singer, a sculptor or a dancer, an author, a poet, a designer, a juggler or a comedian; whatever art form you work in, Weave is for you. Weave is designedContinue reading “Sign Up Now | Online Artist Directory”
An online directory for all artists at weaveartists.com.au Kiama and Shellharbour Artists sign up now You may be a painter, a singer, a sculptor or a dancer, an author, a poet, a designer, a juggler or a comedian; whatever art form you work in, Weave is for you. Weave is designed to promote, connect andContinue reading “Weave Artist Directory Sign Up”
Shellharbour and Kiama Councils have received funding to develop an cross regional online artists directory for artists of all genres across Shellharbour and Kiama. We would like your help to decide on a name that will be used to brand and promote the directory. The name needs to be non location specific (council logos willContinue reading “What’s in a Name? Arts Directory Online”
NAVA is proud to support Voice of the Artist, an independent research study to find out more about the extent to which visual artists have been affected – either positively or negatively – by the online environment. Please complete this survey if this is relevant to you. Your answers will help us to better understand how youContinue reading “Voice of the Artist”
Check out the Kiama Art Society’s awesome new website!
If you are interested in art appreciation, Andrea Hope from the Kiama Art Gallery has just published an on-line Modern European art appreciation program. She has aimed to make this the best on-line art appreciation program available today. Written in plain English, it’s designed for adults who don’t have access to face to face programsContinue reading “On-line Modern European Art Appreciation Program”
NAVA Connect offers artists five online courses to enhance their professional expertise and skills in areas ranging from grant writing, managing a business, marketing themselves and their work, expanding career opportunities and building an online presence. The online format enables artists from anywhere in Australia the flexibility to learn at times that suit often busyContinue reading “NAVA Connect”
Imagine being able to learn guitar ONLINE from the comfort of your own home… Kiama Council is making this dream a reality with a free online tutorial focusing on GUITAR PLAYING BASICS, with G4 Guitar School owner Benn Allen. There are hundreds of online tutorials specialising in many different aspects of the guitar, from stylesContinue reading “Guitar Lessons Online”
Button Poetry Button Poetry is committed to developing a coherent and effective system of distribution, promotion and fundraising for performance poetry. We seek to showcase the power and diversity of voices in our community. By encouraging and broadcasting the best and brightest performance poets of today, we hope to broaden poetry’s audience, to expand itsContinue reading “The Power of Poetry”
News|Five mistakes artists make online|feature|196286|artsHub Australia.
Rural artists have typically found themselves trying to translate their experiences of living on the land to gate-keeping gallery owners in the major cities. But new informal networks of artists, brought together on the internet, are cutting out the middle man and staging their own shows and happenings. Remotely connected: rural art collectives cutting outContinue reading “Remotely connected: rural art collectives cutting out the metropolitan art tsars”
Are you looking to set up a web or blog site? Free WordPress workshops are coming up at the Kiama Community College… We use WordPress for the Cultural Network Blog Site. Intoducing Your WordPress Website – Thursday April 4th from 10.00 to 12.00 noon. Setting Up Your WordPress Website – Thursday April 11th from 10.00Continue reading “WordPress (Blog Site) Training”