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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 ...
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Still waters run deep for Narrogin artist

Still waters run deep for Narrogin artist -Fiona Sinclair, Southern Forest Arts 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 ...
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Narrogin Artists Contribute to Groundbreaking Project of Statewide Significance

Narrogin Artists Contribute to Groundbreaking Project of Statewide Significance -Fiona Sinclair, Southern Forest Arts 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 ...
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Regional Arts Hubs

Regional Arts Hubs An initiative of Country Arts WA,the Regional Arts Hubs will strengthen the State and arts sector by building creativity, capacity, and connection in and between regional communities. The Regional Arts Hubs will form an interconnected web that will unite the State’s artists, arts workers, arts and culture ...
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Talk from the Town: The Narrogin Elders Project

Talk from the Town: The Narrogin Elders Project - Jon Solmundson, Country Arts WA One of the arts’ greatest wonders is its ability to bring different people together to make something truly moving and original. In Narrogin, the young, the old and the in between created an awesome storytelling project ...
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