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Support our Kulcha:

Our crowdfunding appeal is live!  

Rewards and prizes are available at at our crowdfunding site or tax deductions through the Australian Cultural Fund along with all the details.

We are calling  on the community to help realise some exciting plans for expansion of activities in our hub in the Arts Industry Estate including launch of a regular events program and cafe.

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Acacia Street Closure for Peddle and Hawk Market set for the 26th March:

Our Development Approval is approved and we will be closing Acacia St on the 26th of March for our first offical Peddle and Hawk Acacia St Market. 

For our first event we will have an array of kids activities, workshops, food and creative deliciousness! 

You can sign up for a market stall through our peddle and hawk webpage. 

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:Exhibit: 52: continuous living exhibit of sonic exploration, unique instruments, threshold films, loops and liminality

Beginning on Friday 10th of July at 7pm until Sunday July 12th 11pm :EXHIBIT: 52: is a cutting edge exploration of live art merging sound installations, live performance and an exhibition of unique hand made wooden machines into a continuous 52 hour performance. 

Hosted by the liminal caravan and featuring their 'temporal autonomous zone' bus bringing together the region's experimental sound and art practioners for diverse curation of creation.

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A Conversation with Tamara Dean, Kulchajam artist in residence

We will be hosting an intimate evening conversation with photographer Tamara Dean, Kulchajam's  artist in residence this coming Tuesday 23rd of June at 6.30pm

Tamara Dean, a highly accomplished and awarded Australian photographic and installation artist, will be undertaking an artist in residence at Kulchajam from the 22nd June - 6th of July to develop new works and provide mentoring opportunities to young regional women photographers. 

Please find the invitation attached and feel free to share with your network. 

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Community collaborations honoured by a visit from the Minister for Disability Services

The Minister for Aging and Minister for Disability Services, Mr John Ajaka together with Nationals Ballina candidate Kris Beavis toured the facilities  of Kulchajam' on Tuesday 10th March in celebration of the provision of funding from the State 'Community Building Partnership' Infrastructure grant. The funding enables disability access toilets and other infrastructure improvements to Kulchajam's arts and cultural hub based in Byron Bay's arts and industry estate.

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