Drawing Becomes Essential As part of the 2020 Big Draw Festival, Arts Narrogin is presenting a double whammy drawing workshop for budding artists on the weekend of 7th and 8th
The first crowdfunding event hosted by Arts Narrogin was held at the end of January with the promise of a follow up get-together later in the year. Happily, the second “Pitch ‘n’ Plate” has now been scheduled for Wednesday, 15 July and will be held in the Reception Centre at the Narrogin Town Hall.
Local Wheatbelt artists interested in taking their creative career to the next level are encouraged to apply for a scholarship opportunity offered by Arts Narrogin.
The successful applicant will be supported by an established professional to develop, present and document a body of work during 2020.
In an announcement that won't come as much of a surprise, ARtS SPACE is temporarily closing its doors from today as part of our responsibility to the health of our community, in line with current government guidelines.
As part of our responsibility to the health of our community, Arts Narrogin are taking precautions to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Narrogin will experience its first live crowdfunding event on Wednesday, 22 January thanks to an initiative by local cultural non-for-profit, Arts Narrogin.
Using a fundraising model that has proved successful in a variety of locations from the USA to the UK to Kalgoorlie, Arts Narrogin has called upon community members and organisations to come forward with their ideas to enliven the town.
A few of those ideas will be selected and the proposers invited to pitch them to an audience of locals who will vote for the idea they like the most.
The John Curtin Gallery has announced the 40 regional artists, including 16 Indigenous artists, who will showcase their work in The Alternative Archive exhibition to be held in 2020. Congratulations to local artists Chan Dalgarno and Casey Thornton who have been selected from 'The Alternative Archive: Common Ground' exhibition held at NEXIS earlier this year.
A Night Out! comes to Arts Narrogin next month for everyone who have ever danced to Michael Jackson, Destiny’s Child, Fat Boy Slim, Glenn Miller or pushed it with Salt N Pepper.
Through a series of exquisitely painted portraits that meticulously capture a range of people in various states of contemplative solitude, Narrogin artist, Casey Thornton, creates a rare opportunity for visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of their modern lives to relish a moment of peaceful calm and reflection.
Artists, curators and photographers from the Narrogin region are contributing to a legacy of positive impact for WA’s cultural industries as key collaborators in the development of a ground-breaking series of fourteen inter-connected exhibitions titled ‘The Alternative Archive’.