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Cassandra-lyn Palmer is a mixed media artist gaining both inspiration and materials from her natural landscape. Based in the beautiful Clarence Valley, she has been using materials in response to the devastating bushfires surrounding her home. These include making ink from the ash of the devastating Rappville fires and exposing paper overnight at Myrtle Creek. We spoke with Cassandra-lyn about her creative recovery process -

Videographer and Photographer Eden Crawford-Harriman recently released a five-part documentary on emerging regional artists of Northern Rivers. We caught up with Eden to discuss concept and future intentions for the series.

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The NAVA Freedman Foundation International Scholarship for Curators, an initiative to assist early career curators to develop their practice through overseas travel, is currently open for application.

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Local Ballina artist Matthew Purves is launching his solo exhibition, Proprietary Variables and the Modal Illusion of Happiness, at the Northern Rivers Community Gallery on March 11th.

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Cassandra-lyn Palmer is a mixed media artist gaining both inspiration and materials from her natural landscape. Based in the beautiful Clarence Valley, she has been using materials in response to the devastating bushfires surrounding her home. These include making ink from the ash of the devastating Rappville fires and exposing paper overnight at Myrtle Creek. We spoke with Cassandra-lyn about her creative recovery process -

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The Sunny Art Prize 2020 is now open, welcoming submissions from all over the world. The diversity of the prize is also reflected by the variety of art practices it represents, from two-dimensional work such as paintings, drawings and photography to three-dimensional sculptures and ceramics, as well as contemporary installations, mixed media artworks, video and digital work. 

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