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Arts Narrogin Covid-19 Update 24/03/2020

Arts Narrogin Covid-19 Update 24/03/2020 An update from the team at Arts Narrogin: 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. Our team is preparing to start working from home. Emails will be monitored, but the landline phone will not, so we may not be quite as responsive as usual but we’ll do our best. The mobile number will still be active for urgent enquiries. If you have any questions or ...
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Arts Narrogin Covid-19 Update 18/03/2020

Arts Narrogin Covid-19 Update 18/03/2020 As part of our responsibility to the health of our community, Arts Narrogin are taking precautions to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. From this week, our program will be significantly reduced. Those events in which social distancing cannot be assured will be cancelled or postponed. This includes performances, exhibition openings, and workshops. We will contact people directly affected by these changes as soon as possible and process refunds as quickly as we can. We thank you for your patience whilst this happens. For the time being, ARtS SPACE is considered less at risk and ...
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Arts Narrogin supports bright ideas

Arts Narrogin supports bright ideas MEDIA RELEASE 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 ...
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Announcement of artists to feature in the 2020 Alternative Exhibition at the John Curtin Gallery

Announcement of artists to feature in the 2020 Alternative Exhibition at the John Curtin Gallery ...
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Pitch n Plate (Callout for Pitch Applications)

Pitch n Plate: A Live Crowdfunding Event Pitch Callout for our first event, to be held on Wednesday 22 Jan 2020. APPLICATION DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT FRIDAY 10TH JANUARY Do you love living in Narrogin and have a burning ambition or idea to improve or enliven the town? Are you inspired to get creative but need a kick-starter? We want to support your ideas, big and small. Arts Narrogin has been busy with community engagement projects during 2019 and would like to encourage more of your ideas. With this in mind, Narrogin’s first live crowdfunding event will be held at the Narrogin ...
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A Night Out! A Show for the Dancer in All of Us

A Night Out! A Show for the Dancer in All of Us MEDIA RELEASE - September 2019 A Show For The Dancer In All Of Us 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. Five of WA’s most talented dancers will take you on a dance journey about what has been getting us onto the dance floors for the last 100 years, from the Charleston to Hip Hop. It takes audiences on a dance time warp ...
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Demos from The Wheatbelt Launch and first single preview

WA Music Launches Demos from The Wheatbelt Compilation 30th August at Cummins Theatre, Merredin. In March this year, ten artists from WA’s Wheatbelt region travelled to Merredin’s iconic Cummins Theatre to record their original songs. The fresh harvest of new tracks was recorded under the watchful ears of award winning producers Matt Gio, Dan Carroll and Andy Lawson. For some of the artists, it was first chance they’d had to set foot in a professional studio. With the recordings now in the bag, Demos from the Wheatbelt, the 10th iteration of WAM’s much-loved and respected ‘Sounds of’ and ‘Demos from’ ...
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The Quiet Achiever of the Upper Great Southern

The Quiet Achiever of the Upper Great Southern - Author: Catherine Thornton When the regional community of Narrogin comes to mind, it elicits thoughts of the agricultural industry, wheat, sheep and hay farming, as well as sporting identities, including Barry Cable, Bevan George and Shaun Marsh who once lived in the town. But away from all the paddocks, shearing sheds and hockey turfs, an emerging, prize-winning artist flies under the public radar, going about her business with little attention or fanfare. Visual artist Casey Thornton grew up in Narrogin and has returned in adult life to call the regional community ...
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