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Uncle Lex Dadd, RBM Presenter, local Darug man, and BM Aboriginal Culture and Resource Centre (ACRC) member, is planning a trip on Thursday the 16th of September to Wilcannia & towns out west to assist with morale-boosting puppetry & other cultural development activities. He also plans to distribute much-needed supplies to remote Aboriginal communities.

Please let us know what you are up to as we call for submissions for our Winter edition of ARTBytes.

As an ARTBytes Reader and/or Contributor, we are asking for your help.

It’s time to put together our Winter edition of BMCAN’s ARTBytes.
Please send us a two-paragraph description of any activities you know about or are engaged with, together with an illustrative image, and we will include this in the Winter ARTBytes, which will be released at the end of July.

The deadline for receipt of copy and images is Friday 16 July.

Happy to have 3 of my artworks accepted for the Winter Exhibition with the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network on show and for sale until September at The Edge Cinema Art Gallery in Katoomba. Pop along and enjoy the art and catch a movie it’s great to support local businesses! #artshow #bluemountains #birdart #artforsale

Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network (BMCAN) has been using the Covid-19 break to develop new ideas and programs.

We have now kicked off with our exhibitions program at The Edge BMCAN Gallery which started in September, and now running our Summer exhibition and we are now planning an exhibition at NSW Parliament in 2021. The Wild Mountain Collective has already held two events this year: the July Timescapes Exhibition with Gang Gang Gallery in Lithgow, and Jo Truman’s Bridge to Otherness soundscape work with Blackheath Area Neighbourhood Centre. Talking Arts has continued to produce podcasts in collaboration with Radio Blue Mountains of discussions with local artists and musicians. More planned for 2021

2019 Mural Fest finalists announced Brendan Atkins The results are in! Judges of the annual International Mural Fest art competition and festival have announced the 2019 finalists – and they include BMCAN member Trish Smart. 'I'm thrilled to have been selected as a finalist again', said Trish, who has collected People's Choice and runner-up awards…
ArtBytes | Supporting The Last Babushka Doll Peter Shoemark Nobody knew where it would go when multi award-winning writer Georgina Luck asked about BMAN auspicing a Bendigo Bank grant for a short film in April 2016. The Last Babushka Doll is a short film drama set in the Blue Mountains, with a predominantly local cast…