Roslyn Sullivan creates magic for backdrops

Every day in the August residential camps she soaked fabrics in colour – using turmeric, gum leaves, wattle flowers, and eventually onionskins, powdered turmeric and curry powder! As she read about the mussel shapes at Narren Lakes, meeting children and supervisors from the 17 communities the Moorambilla children are from, her artwork took shape. The dyed fabric was then painted …

2019 Moorambilla Program Launched

Moorambilla Voices in 2019 is about unearthing the stories of our region. We have launched the 2019 dates starting with the Skills Development Workshop Tour in March & April 2019. We will be teaching, singing and dancing across the entire region over three weeks. And we’re excited to be part of the BOSTES teacher accreditation scheme through the NSW Department of Education. Throughout …