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A Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance project supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW developing our regions weavers and showcasing the innovative and extraordinary creative Koori talent from the Mid North Coast of NSW. Saltwater Freshwater worked with 10 weavers from across the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, Biripi and Worimi nations, supporting them to develop fibre art fashion pieces to be showcased at the Saltwater Freshwater Arts 2021 exhibition and possible fashion shows and exhibitions in the future. 

The Coffs Coast Committee Against Domestic and Family Violence (CCCADFV), Toormina High School and And the Trees photography are proud to present this snippet of the Lovebites program. Proudly supported by NAPCAN. We hope this video inspires other schools in NSW to partake in this respectful relationships program, which teaches high school kids about relationship violence and consent.

Weaving gathering - Yarrawarra 2020 Saltwater Freshwater

Bek- Jean Stewart - Red Light

Youth Against Plastic - 2018 - Centre for Ecological Learning

Promotional video Bellingen Youth Orchestra 2018

Accept Difference, TVC 2016

Accept Difference is a social awareness campaign fostering understanding about disability and inclusion on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. 

Produced and Directed by Nancy Sposato Animation by Amy Alexander

Original Music Composition by Mark Finsterer.

Filmed by 'And the trees'

Bek-Jean Stewart-Love is an Illusion

"Pot of Honey" The Mid North

'Wolf (First Aid Kit cover)' - Saije (Shanteya and Joe)

'Rosewood' - The Mid North

Filmed in various locations around Bellingen, NSW. 

"Darling Corey" The Mid North

Brentyn Lugnan for Ontera-Milliken.

Brentyn is a featured Gumbaynggirr artist who works with the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance and National Aboriginal Design Agency (a social enterprise of Saltwater Freshwater).

"Carry Me Home" The Mid North

Centre for Ecological Learning, presented Spirit! Listen to the Land, Bellingen Winter Music 2018.

How did our river form, how did the plateau get so high, where did the valleys come from? Why did it all happen that way, and where do humans fit into the picture?

Honey & Knives recording their 2018 album. A sneak peek at the recording process. 

Arts Network Bellingen proudly presents OUTA - Open Up To Art - a weekend of art and creativity in Bellingen. November 11-12, 2017 Sponsored by Bellingen Shire Council and Arts Mid North Coast.

Pat has been growing organic veggies out on North Bank road for over 50 years and over that time she has learnt a thing or two about potatoes.

This film was made by Jason Brown, Steve Grace & myself and we were proud to have it win the Coffs coast ‘Local Food’ film festival 2012.

and the trees photography

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