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Bundjalung Market in Kyogle

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The region’s favourite Art on Bundjalung Market is coming to Kyogle on Saturday 22 October. The event will be taking over Stratheden St from 9am till 3pm to celebrate the creative cultural heritage of the Bundjalung region.

This year’s impressive lineup of stallholders will feature authentic Indigenous artefacts, homewares, ceramics, original paintings and prints, jewellery, clothing, and weaving, plus a collection of traditional native bush teas, preserves, and bush tucker.

The event also features a weaving workshop plus a full cultural program including a Welcome to Country, live music, and dance performances, plus spoken word performances. There will also be delicious food stalls plus face painting and kids’ activities.

Arts Northern Rivers Indigenous Arts officer Kylie Caldwell says the event is a unique opportunity to meet a variety of talented Indigenous artists, artisans, and craft makers who are selling and sharing their creations directly to you. ‘Everyone to welcome to join us in enjoying Kyogle for the day – it is a charming country town that is hosting an exciting day for our Bundjalung region. You will hear our stories and celebrate our thriving culture.’

To learn more about the event and the stallholders visit artonbundjalung.com/2022.


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