Art on Bundjalung Market celebrates culture this December

Published on 24 November 2021

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Jingi walla, welcome.

Aboriginal artists and makers from the Clarence Valley are invited to exhibit their work as a part of a group representing the Clarence Valley local government area at the Art on Bundjalung Market in Lismore this December.

Grafton Regional Gallery Director Niomi Sands said Clarence Valley Council has secured space for the community to take part in this event and share the best of our area with the wider region.

“The Art on Bundjalung Market is an initiative of Arts Northern Rivers in partnership with various community stakeholders,” Ms Sands said.

“This unique art market is an opportunity to see, experience and purchase incredible work being produced by artists of the Bundjalung region NSW and offers a unique chance to meet the makers, hear their stories and share their culture.”

In 2019 the inaugural Art on Bundjalung Market celebrated the creative cultural heritage of the region.

Featuring handmade arts and crafts by established and emerging artists and collectives, works employing traditional and contemporary materials including weaving, ceramics, carving, photography, painting, and textiles.

Join the celebration of the creative cultural heritage of the region at the upcoming Art on Bundjalung Markets in Lismore on 18 December. 

Clarence Valley artists who are interested in taking part should register interest by emailing before 4 December 2021.

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