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28/09/2022

The Art Factory successful in Country Arts Support Program grant bid

Wagga Wagga’s The Art Factory has been awarded a Country Arts Support Program (CASP) grant worth $3,710 to continue supporting artists with a disability in the region.

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15/06/2022

Mature-age apprentice a cut above the rest

At age 35, Kasey Tyler never imagined she’d be sitting in a class full of fresh-faced hairdressing apprentices about to start learning again. But that’s the situation she found herself in three years ago when she decided to finish the apprenticeship she’d started as a school leaver.

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30/05/2022

Mel Livermore shines brightly with Excellence in Leadership award

Wagga Wagga’s Mel Livermore was presented with the prestigious VERTO Excellence in Leadership award for 2022.

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02/04/2022

Lisa Douglas shines brightly with Excellence in Team Performance award

Wagga Wagga’s Lisa Douglas was presented with the prestigious Excellence in Team Performance award at the 2022 VERTO Employee Excellence Awards.

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5/5/2022

The Art Factory to host Tanya’s debut solo exhibition

The Art Factory Supported Studio will host the opening of artist Tanya Crawshaw’s debut solo exhibition,Chicken Dancing on a Trampoline, on Thursday, 11 May.

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26/4/2022

Upskilling or reskilling? Riverina Community College has the answers

The Riverina Community College (RCC) is offering short courses to locals wanting to upskill or reskill and find new work opportunities in a COVID-19 world.

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