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EOI MASAC

CALL OUT FOR THE MURRAY ARTS STRATEGIC ADVISORY COUNCIL (MASAC) Expressions of interest are invited for positions on the Murray Arts Strategic Advisory Council (MASAC).  This is a two-year placement. The MASAC is an advisory council that has diversity across gender, location, age and cultural background.  It sits alongside the Murray Arts Board to guide the direction of the organisation towards achieving its goals. This is an opportunity to be directly involved in the growth and development of the arts community in the Border and North East Victoria region. All positions on the MASAC are voluntary. The council meets twice

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Burraja Gallery Re-opening

Burraja Gallery Re-opens at New Location Burraja Gallery will be opening at a new location on Friday 26 March 2021. After a forced closure during 2020, the gallery will re-open on 26 March at the Corner of Swift and Olive Streets, Albury. The re-opening will feature a selection of work from First Nations artists that live, work or connect with the Murray Arts footprint.For enquiries please contact Burraja Gallery Curator Glennys Briggs on 0409 041 618 or curator@murrrayarts.org.au COVID safe protocols will apply within the gallery. 

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School Drama 2021 EOI Now Open!

School Drama™ returns to the Border region in 2021! School Drama is a professional learning program that partners Primary School teachers with professional performing artists for 7 weeks, for one school term – inspiring a passion for reading, critical thinking, performance and oral literacy. A partnership between Sydney Theatre Company, Murray Arts and HotHouse Theatre, School Drama has a dual focus. The primary focus is on the individual teacher's professional learning. With this in mind, a Teaching Artist will model how to use process drama-based strategies with quality children's literature to improve teaching and learning. The secondary focus is on

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