Motivating emerging young performers, age 14-25, through a diverse and challenging repertoire of orchestral music, providing the highest quality orchestral training in a stimulating and rewarding environment.
Located in the heart of Newcastle’s heritage precinct in Newcastle’s original Police Station and Lock-Up, the Centre combines a museum, gallery and artist-in-residence program to create a unique destination with a range of cultural activity not offered anywhere else in Newcastle or the Hunter Valley.
Hunter Arts Network (HAN) has set up a series of Art Bazaar Cruise Markets to coincide with cruise ships arriving in Newcastle, which complement the quarterly art bazaars held around the Hunter. Locals & visitors are all invited to browse & shop at all Art Bazaars.
University of Newcastle researchers have developed an innovative app for smart phones and tablets that can transport people back to 19th Century Newcastle at the flick of a finger.
The forgotten architecture of early Newcastle will come to life when the Reconstructing Victorian Newcastle exhibition and app is launched today at Newcastle Museum.
Holistic communities have a vibrant artistic and cultural life. Newcastle is a city rich in history, arts and culture which contribute to its unique local identity. The University of Newcastle supports and participates in arts and cultural activities which bring dynamic colour and depth to our regions.
Hunter Arts Network (HAN) is holding it's first Cruise Market on Saturday 19 January from 9am to 3pm.
The market is coinciding with a big cruise liner coming into Newcastle Harbour.
Original handcrafted goods will be showcased by HAN's finest artists, designers, jewellers & craft people from the Hunter