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Calling all artists – get involved and give back through Fairfax

Calling independent artists and arts companies. We want you to collaborate with rural young people as part of this year’s Fairfax Youth Initiative. Fairfax connects rural communities with professional artists through onsite residencies. Artists work in schools alongside rural and regional young people to equip them with skills to develop ...

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Have your say on our creative future

Are you an artist or creative person living in the Swan Hill region? Do you enjoy going to live shows, visiting galleries or getting involved at the Library? Or maybe you have ideas about what would entice you to get involved or attend a local arts event? In May, you ...

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Inaugural Youth Council Film Festival

Swan Hill NOVO Youth Council is ready to make a change. This Friday night at 7pm, the inaugural Make a Change Film Festival will make its debut at the Swan Hill Town Hall PACC. Created by young people for young people, the festival aims to get young people in Swan ...

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The Swan Hill Youth Arts Festival

The Swan Hill Youth Arts Festival celebrates and enriches the talents of young people in our community. There are so many young, passionate and talented people in our community contributing to the arts with limited recognition. The Youth Arts Festival (YAF) gives young people the chance to not only be recognised, ...

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Skate park on the right track

Over 20 people attended the Swan Hill Riverside Park skate park workshop last night, providing feedback on the concept design. With an overwhelmingly positive response to the draft layout of the skate park, the only major request was for more ‘fly-out’ space around the edge of the park. Council’s Acting ...

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Meet Graham and support great local art

You can meet Graham and experience some amazing local art next Friday night at Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery. The community is invited to the launch of three exhibitions – Graham, Big Fish 3 and Artists of the Murray Mallee. Gallery Director Ian Tully said Graham was a unique exhibition ...

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