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QSRT 2016 opportunity for NADC students!

 Join Adnan Begic and Angela Stretch in the T Block auditorium on Wednesday May 2 for the first Arts Forum of the year. Angela is the lead artist in this year's Queen Street Riches and Textures project, and Adnan s the project co-ordinator. If you are not familiar with this amazing project and the professional opportunity could  provide for NADC students, make sure you come along and find out! This year's project is suitable for students in  all course areas in NADC. The Forum takes place from 12.30pm-1.30pm on Wedneday in the T Block auditorium.
Read below for a bit of background infoto the project courtesy of St Mary's Corner- but best to come to the Forum and hear for yourself!   Queen Street Riches and Textures is a cultural initiative developed by St Marys Corner Community and Cultural Precinct in 2012. The initiative engages local residents in creative conversations about Queen Street, the main street of St Marys through re-discovering, documenting, creatively expressing and interpreting the street’s past, present and future. Engagement: Queen Street Riches and Textures is informed by three principles – engagement, mentorship and partnerships. The engagement is one of creative collaborations, social interaction and conversations, between artists and community and people and places. Mentorship: Each year Queen Street Riches and Textures works with contemporary artists and through a specific artistic medium explores people and place. In each annual project a professional artist also mentors local emerging artists while creatively engaging with the community. Partnerships : Queen Street Riches and Textures is constantly extending partnerships with civic, community, cultural, art and educational agencies, organisations and institutions. Achievements: Since 2012 the project has achieved great commun

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