• Black and white barechested male in torso shot lying face with arm raised in the air up dark dim light coming from the background.
  • Black and white image of two legs from the knee down stamping up and down in white powder. The powder is floating in the air and around the legs.
  • Black and white image of silhouetted mans top half body against strong white light in background.
  • Blurred black and white image of three performers moving around against a black curtain.
  • Black and white image of male and female silhouetted dancers holding each other in a full body standing hug.
  • Black and white image of a male torso lying on the ground sideways horizontally extending his arm out over his head.
  • Black and white image of two dancers rolling on floor together in front of a camera crew in the foreground.
  • Black and white image of woman turning on her knees with arms outstretched in a cloud of smoke haze.
  • Black and white image of silhouetted full body male and female dancers holding each others hand in full extension against white light.
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Colour image of a young girl wearing a red jumper creating work with green vine in an art studio. There is a large stand behind her with rows of art magazines.

Road trip to Cootamundra for RIPPLE EFFECT 2018!

So, the Murmur Creative Team are heading off this coming Sunday to the gorgeous town of Cootamundra for our Ripple Effect – Professional Development Day and Creative Arts Workshops . . . we are super excited to be working in regional NSW again in 2018.

Be sure to watch what we get up to on our Instagram and Facebook pages . . . we guarantee there will be shenanigans!

Image credit: Ripple Effect visual arts program workshops at TACC 2017. Photo by Jackie Cooper

Colour image of Sarah-Vyne Vassallo sitting on the ground in the left foreground of the image in an expace dance studio with large arched windows. she is wearing a green-blue top.

Sarah-Vyne Vassallo Winston Churchill Fellowship Video!

“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill

Its really wonderful to see our Artistic Director Sarah-Vyne Vassallo’s Churchill Fellowship video up on The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Facebook page.

Be sure to check it out and hear about the value that comes from being supported to follow your passions and what you love to give!

Follow this link to Sarah-Vyne’s Churchill Fellow video.