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A place for local artists from Jindabyne, Berridale and Dalgety to come together & coordinate an effort for a multi-purpose community arts facility.
Website & social media management and design. Also available for photography and location scouting. Very familiar with SE region, urban, rural and remote. Useful runner and driver.
In My Element Glass Design
Handcrafted Fused Glass
Originally from the Far South Coast (Bega), in 2016 I relocated from Canberra to live in Batemans Bay, where I re-established my home studio. I enjoy designing and creating unique display pieces, homeware, jewellery and accessories.
I’m inspired by the patterns, designs and colours in the landscapes that surround me.…
I am a teacher/actor/writer. My teaching career has taken me from working as a teacher, Principal and Head of School in tiny to large schools throughout Australia, UK and Kenya.
My acting work has been diverse including performances in (Harold Pinter’s ‘Old Times,’ performing in country NSW and the Bondi Pavilion, Sydney), the TV Series (Snobs) the doco/tele-movie about Natalie Wood and as an extra in the film (The Dirty, Rotten Scoundrels) filmed on the Cote d’Azur in the 80’s starring Michael Caine.…
I have been a practicing professional craft person for more than 30 years, originally studying a Diploma Visual Art at the Canberra School of Art in 1982.
A wood fire specialist with professional studio facilities including 2 large wood kilns, an anagama and trolley kiln that I have built and fired over 40 times for firings of 70-120 hours duration up to temperatures of 1320`C.…
In 2016, I made a decision that changed my life. I needed to be surrounded by my tribe. Those of us who find great strength in being in the mountains, facing life everyday with gusto and determination, happiness and purpose. My media page (For the Love of Jindabyne) has expanded to over 6000 followers, and has gained me other work in social media, and that makes me happy. My decision to live and breath mountain air has changed my life.
Growing up in Radadelaide I studied printmaking. Escaping Sydney to the beautiful NSW south coast town of Bermagui we took over a great business, Frame and Brush. Since taking over the business I have explored new art areas of illustration and painting. I also teach ink and gouache painting.
Rae Luckie is an experienced facilitator of community writing workshops and projects in the field of creative writing/lifewriting (memoir, autobiography, biography, family history) and history/historical fiction.
Rae is passionate about preserving life stories for future generations, and has facilitated major projects for the Broken Hill Writers’ Centre; Kiama Municipal Council; Mosman Council Library; the Department of Planning and the Sutherland Shire Council.…
Professional Credits: Currently having a break from competitions… 2011 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2010 10 Bronze’s & 1 Silver; International Aperture Awards 2010 4 Accolades of Excellence; WPPI Las Vegas International 2010 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2009 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2008 Australia’s Top Photographers Finalist (Capture Mag) 2007 AIPP NSW Funny Photo of the Year 2006 AIPP ACT Wedding Photographer of the Year 2006 AIPP ACT Wedding Album of the Year 1996 Kangaroo Valley Gumboot Throwing Champion (true!)
Waterfront log cabin accommodation available in the Snowy Mountains, also available as a shooting location.
We are a group of local’s sharing our passion and love of West African drum and dance rhythms.
We offer performances along with drum and dance classes and workshops.
We acknowledge our teacher ‘Mohamed Bangoura’ who’s from Conakry, Guinea, West Africa who is happy for us to pass on his culture.
We often organise Mohamed to visit the area and offer workshops in both drumming and dancing.…
Louise is a theatre maker, vocalist and site-specific installation artist based in Tanja, NSW whose current practice responds to local stories, place making and belonging for communities and audiences. Morris’s inter-disciplinary artistic practice employs an archeological approach that reveals layers of community memory through multi-sensory experiences of found objects, performance, video projection, photography, sound art and live contemporary music.…
Sam Nerrie is a freelance photographer who can photograph your special event or location. She also specialises in fine art landscapes and portraits. She has gained 28 international awards for her photography on the south-east region of NSW in a variety of categories such as fine art, landscapes, nature and portraits.
She runs courses on photographing you art work accurately and on how to take improve your photography skills and using your camera settings to get the best shot.…
The technique of weaving has been passed along generations, re-discovered, and expanded upon throughout the years. Basket making is one of the oldest known crafts. Gabrielle Powell has been making baskets since 2005 whilst formally trained in ceramics at Canberra School of Art in 1985.
Powell is passionate about up-cycling, reusing and recycling. She is an active scavenger, bringing things home from the tip, holidays or collecting useful treasures to incorporate into her next basket.…