Artists invited to apply for exhibition held in Lismore

APPLICATIONS are now open to be part of the Ngarakal Githabal Dialect Exhibition to be held at Lismore City Hall in May.

For this exhibition, artists are asked to explore Bootheram Lore which uses landscape and the sky as a reference for this creation lore.

Arts Northern Rivers is interested in hearing from indigenous artists who work across any medium.

Works are to be delivered by May 6.

The exhibition is the culmination of The Bundjalung Project, developed by Arts Northern Rivers and funded through the Federal Government's Ministry for the Arts Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program.

To apply, contact Mark Cora on (02)66288120 or by email: mark@artsnorthernrivers.com.au.


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