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Hilltops Off the Beaten Track
Art & Cultural Trail

Community Groups CALLOUT

Young Society of Artists (YSA) invite you to be part of something big in Hilltops in 2022.

Young Society of Artists (YSA), Hilltops Arts, Hilltops Council, and Southern Tablelands Arts are inviting community groups and individuals to be a part in the Hilltops Autumn Calendar Promotion “Off the Beaten Track Arts & Cultural Trail.” Showcasing arts and culture across the Hilltops Region, featuring the Boorowa Irish Woolfest.

The dates set for this event are from the Wednesday 9 March 2022 – Wednesday 23 March 2022. This is your invitation to open your doors, gardens, halls, parks, to organising an event, a workshop, or simply do what you do best.

Please Summit

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All promotional information needs to be submitted by Thursday 9 December 2021 for the first round of promotion.

For all enquiries and to register your interest to participate:

Hilltops Arts Incorporated (HARTS) Hilltops Arts

hilltopsarts@gmail.com

Chris: 0418 862 014

Young Society of Artists

heather_ruhl@bigpond.com

Heather: 0431 258 832

Young Visitor Information Centre

vic@hilltops.nsw.gov.au

1800 628 233

 

Hilltops Council is a contributor to Southern Tablelands Arts in recognition that the organisation is a catalyst and vehicle for the enhancement of regional arts and cultural development for the social and economic benefit of local communities.

Together we recognise that effective cultural development can be achieved through the strategic planning and management of cultural services, facilities and programs that contributes to local identity, sense of place and quality of life.

Council has an active presence and participation in the areas of performance, visual arts, literacy/poetry, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) and Aboriginal activity, museums and festivals.

For more information, click here.