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FUN TIMES: Valley Lipcer, Claudie Frock and Gabrielle Griffin will produce a free interactive art event around the Lismore Regional Gallery in the July school holidays.
FUN TIMES: Valley Lipcer, Claudie Frock and Gabrielle Griffin will produce a free interactive art event around the Lismore Regional Gallery in the July school holidays.

AN Arty Party interactive event in Lismore, a week-long art trail exhibition in Murwillumbah, and a youth street art workshop in Kyogle are among art projects to share in $19,405 of funding in the latest Country Arts Support Program (CASP) administered by Regional Arts NSW.

The projects were selected by a panel industry rep-resentative from each local government area of the Northern Rivers, Arts Northern Rivers CEOPeter Wood said.

"Many of these projects simply wouldn't happen without the support."

 

Recipients:

Arty Party Ensemble, Lismore ($4980) towards a free public art event in Spinx Park, Lismore in the July 2015 school holidays.

Byron Shire Council, Mullumbimby ($5000) towards Art To Wake The Power Within, a series of art workshops for women in the community to explore themes of women's empowerment.

Kulchajam, Byron Bay ($1500) towards <In.Scribe> Youth Street Art Mentoring Program in partnership with Kyogle Youth Action Inc.

Mid Richmond Neighbourhood Centre ($3460) to engage a local artist to mentor and operate an arts space at the 2015 Crankfest Youth Festival.

Murwillumbah Art Trail Project ($5000) for Sustainable Artfluences fora six-day exhibition where visitors are invited to follow an exhibition trail.

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