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Grow with Google | Free Workshop

Grow with Google is bringing digital skills trainings, best-practice workshops, and hands-on demos to Shellharbour Civic Centre.  Whether you’re a business owner, a nonprofit, a journalist, an educator or just hoping to learn a new skill, Grow with Google’s free workshops are designed to give you the digital skills you need to realise your online... Continue Reading →

Message from Regional Arts Australia

MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  Sadly it has been a sobering start to 2020. We know that many people, communities, wildlife, landscapes, ecosystems and Indigenous cultural sites are impacted by the bushfires currently affecting much of Australia.Over the past few weeks we’ve seen multiple emergency incidents across the country and many of our state colleagues and... Continue Reading →

Small business bushfire support web page

The NSW Office of  Small Business has support available to NSW small businesses that are impacted by NSW bushfires. Practical support is available to all businesses affected by the NSW bushfires, from damaged or destroyed property to disrupted business and reduced income. Small business bushfire support web page Support available is concise and easy to... Continue Reading →

Artist Expressions of Interest

Kiama Visitor Information Centre Welcome Art Project 2020 Destination Kiama (Kiama Municipal Council) is seeking artists to submit an Expression of Interest to develop and create a painted artwork designed to cover the external walls of the Kiama Visitor Information Centre at Blowhole Point. Please refer to our Artist Brief & Call for Expressions of... Continue Reading →

Wild Rumpus

UPCYCLING - Funked-up Fashion We're motivated to make changes for the health of our Earth in 2020. Fashion designer Gina Barjeel is here to help: tackling the problem of fashion waste head-on! In this 90min intro to upcycling your wardrobe she'll give myriad hints and tips on how to make unique new pieces from old favourites, alter classics to... Continue Reading →

Fern Street Gallery

Welcome to Alexandra Strong - our new Resident Artist We are very pleased to introduce you to our new Resident Artist Alexandra Strong. "My work is a reflection of my sense of belonging to a place and my surroundings. I am drawn to the local area where I have lived all my life, the rolling hills and intricate... Continue Reading →

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