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DIANA ANAID: TOURING

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Thurs May 22 Hoey Moey Coffs Harbour
Fri May 23 Finnians Tavern Port Macquarie
Sat May 24 Seaview Tavern Woolgoolga

DELINEATE GRANTS: NOW OPEN

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Accessible Arts NSW Delineate Grant Applications is now open:
http://www.aarts.net.au/delineate/
Delineate is an arts program that seeks to enrich the creative initiatives of the Don’t DIS my ABILITY campaign run by Family and Community Services (FACS) to celebrate International Day of People with Disability. In partnership with Accessible Arts, the program is designed to boost and foster arts and disability practice within NSW.

EOI: CONDUCTOR – SINFONIA MNC INC.

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Conductor: Sinfonia MNC Inc.
Expressions of Interest are invited for the position of Hon Conductor commencing early 2015.
Sinfonia is a community orchestra formed in 1999. Based in Taree it performs at selected centres north to Port Macquarie and south to Forster and Gloucester.
The successful applicant will

Coffs Jaliigirr Coastal Discovery Tour

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Come and enjoy a quiet paddle down Bonville Creek with our expert interpretative guides, Aboriginal Discovery Ranger and Gumbaynggirr Elder, Mark Flanders, and estuarine specialist Sandy Van Veluwen from the National Parks and Wildlife Service.

ARTS NSW CULTURAL GRANT : CLOSES JUNE 23

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About the Arts NSW Cultural Grant Program
The Cultural Grants Programme is an Arts NSW devolved funding program administered by the Royal Australian Historical Society on behalf of the NSW Government.  This Cultural Grants programme assists historical research and publication of local, community and regional history projects.  Arts NSW funding priorities can be found on its website, together with a list of grants awarded each year – click here for more details.

ARTS AND DISABILITY EXPO: FEASIBILITY STUDY

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Accessible Arts is currently working on a feasibility study for an Arts and Disability Information Expo to be held biennially in Sydney, with the inaugural event in 2015. The study forms part of the organisation’s response to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
It is a targeted study that has been developed in partnership with the postgraduate business school students, enrolled in the Pricing and Revenue Management subject, at the University of Technology, Sydney.

AMNC & TLPC LAUNCH “FOOD & ART” CAMPAIGN: CULTURAL TRAILS

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Arts Mid North Coast joined with the Legendary Pacific Coast to launch the new $200,000 regional tourism marketing campaign, Food & Art at the Manning Regional Art Gallery. Arts Mid North Coast will  very shortly be launching twelve new cultural trails online showcasing  nearly 350 artistic, creative or cultural features.
 
 

Women in Non-Traditional Trades

New Women in Trades Business Mentoring Program on offer

Women in trades are being encouraged to take advantage of a new business mentoring program to be offered on the Coffs Coast.

ETC’s National Manager of Business and Strategy Jackie Parkinson said the six month program would provide an ideal springboard for tradeswoman wanting to boost their role in non-traditional trade areas such aschefs, gardeners, mechanics and sheet metal workers.

Marine Discovery Series

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Katrina Kaposi is a former Marine Science and Management graduate at Southern Cross University. She has gone on to complete an Honours Research year at the National Marine Science Centre, Coffs Harbour. Her research investigated the impacts of small particle pollution on marine larvae. Join Katrina as she presents her findings.
Topic “A small problem or a big deal”- the impact of microplastics on marine larvae.
Guest Speaker: Katrina Kaposi – NMSC honours graduate.
When: Thursday, 15th of May at 6.30pm

Arts Mid North Coast with the Legendary Pacific Coast launch the new regional tourism marketing campaign

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Arts Mid North Coast joined with the Legendary Pacific Coast to launch the new $200,000 regional tourism marketing campaign, Food & Art at the Manning Regional Art Gallery. Arts Mid North Coast will very shortly be launching twelve new cultural trails online showcasing nearly 350 artistic, creative or cultural features.

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