The Noongar people come from the South West corner of Western Australia. Noongar's live with in the boundaries that go as far north as Geraldton and continue through to Esperance in the south, taking in coastal plains, wet lands, lakes and rivers across a range of changing landscapes, from…
Over the past ten years the South West Indigenous Arts program has seen many art workshops take place, covering a wide range of mediums. The programme has featured artists as such Lance Chadd, Laurel Nannup, Jenni Doherty, Michael Wise, Julie Dowling and the late Shane Pickett . All have delivered…
Education is an important facet of the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries\'92 Noongar Community Cultural Development programme. The Noongar Community Cultural Development Officer (NCCDO) is available to visit schools to conduct talks, lectures and workshops, and, of course, South West schools are most welcome to arrange excursions to the Galleries, the…
BRAG is hosting a free community event, the Shine the Light Family Day, on Saturday 27th August 2016, from 12-4pm This is an annual event that aims to bring people together from both the Noongar and wider communities with family entertainment and fun, cultural activities. Shine the Light Family Day is an…
BRAG is seeking an Indigenous Art Curator for Noongar Country Exhibition 2021 The Bunbury Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is calling for expressions of interest from experienced curators to present the 2021 Noongar Country Exhibition and to mentor an emerging curator.  This exhibition is extremely valued by our South West community…

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