The Cad Factory is an artist led organisation creating an international program of new, immersive and experimental work guided by authentic exchange, ethical principles, people and place.

The Cad Factory is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW and by the Sidney Myer Fund, Nelson Meers Foundation and W & A Johnson Family Foundation

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LONG WAY FROM HOME

Art, science and ancient knowledges come together through storytelling, projections and cultural dance, at this family friendly event.

Saturday 24 April

Koori Beach, Narrandera

5pm: Bring a picnic and enjoy the sunset

5:40pm-6:30pm: Performance

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come work with us!

 

Are you looking for a challenging part-time opportunity to help sustain the growth of our dynamic and successful arts organisation?

 

We are looking for someone who can help us diversify our funding streams, develop our business operations, nurture our cross-sector partnerships, and help with the development of our artistic programming. 

Applications open from now until 19 April.

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TENSION[S] 2020 TAMWORTH TEXTILES TRIENNIAL

 

Curated by Vic McEwan, the Tension[s] 2020: Tamworth Textile Triennial exhibition acknowledges that the world has long been a place under various tension(s), both harmonious and dissonant. 

Tweed Regional Gallery
5 March to 2 May

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HAUNTING

 

A photographic and video exhibition animating museum objects with fog, mist, smoke and water.

Tamworth Regional Art Gallery

1 April to 16 May

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COLLECTION

CONVERSATIONS

 

Six regional artists respond to different Tamworth collections, including a new work by Vic McEwan featuring dancer Rosiland Crisp.

Tamworth Regional Art Gallery

27 March to 24 May

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FROM MENINDEE

 

Hear about our recent journey to Barkindji country in Menindee with students from the Clontarf Academy Narrandera.

Life on the sandhills

More than 50 families lived on the Sandhills on the outskirts of Narrandera between 1912-1970s. Artists from some of these families have created artworks which aim to capture some of this important Narrandera history. These artworks have been gifted to the Narrandera Shire Library and will be permanently displayed for the community.

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Inclusive fashion sale


In partnership with Aestheletic and Boundless Possibilities, you can buy inclusive fashion apparel to support learning disabled artists from Narrandera and Manila.

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