Living Arts and Culture is a place to promote and celebrate indigenous arts and cultures in the far west region of NSW.

Samantha Turnbull

Sam Turnbull is a local Weilwan/Gamilaraay woman from Coonamble. Sam’s professional background is mostly in Aboriginal languages; she has previously … read more

Cobar Country

The Cobar area has been managed and occupied by Aboriginal people for at least 40,000 years. The area falls within … read more

Where the Two Rivers Meet art group

The Where the Two Rivers Meet art group are a collective of aboriginal artists who meet weekly in Walgett to … read more

Coonamble Country

It is believed that the township of Coonamble was formed on the traditional grounds of the Weilwan people. The Weilwan … read more

Creating Your Artist Profile

A curriculum vitae (CV) is a summary of yourself, your professional experience and works to date.It is important that when … read more

Desert Pea Media visit Walgett and Warren

For the last 14 years, Desert Pea Media (DPM) have been talking and rapping their way around rural and remote communities, … read more

John McBride

John grew up and has lived in Coonamble all his life. He has been making art for as long as he remembers … read more

Aboriginal Arts Development

The employment of Aboriginal Art Officers (AAO) and the associated  AAO program in the Outback Arts region has created greater … read more