Feral Arts is a national community arts and cultural development (CACD) company with a focus on supporting campaigns, connectedness and capacity building across the whole arts and cultural sector. We take a leadership role in responding to national watershed issues for the arts sector and broader community. We work to ensure CACD remains at the forefront of policy and program development at all times.
Arts Front (www.artsfront.com) is a four-year project (2017 - 2020) supporting artists to take the lead in shaping the future of culture and the arts in Australia. Arts Front is a chance think and act beyond our current systems: what could culture and the arts in Australia look like in 2030 and how do we go about making our visions a reality?
A collaborative space for the Arts, Creativity and Education program at Montessori International College in 2019.
A working group drafting the rights-based Australian Cultural Compact.
Climate Working group will lead policy visioning and artist-led climate action.
Darwin CREATIVE is an arts and cultural community building and profile raising program for the City of Darwin.
The First Nations Dialogues Lenapehoking New York 2019, is a series of Indigenous led performances, discussions, workshops and ceremony.
This project will take a creative-led transdisciplinary approach to the challenge of planetary regeneration through the creation of a new initiative in the field of ecoacoustics.
Peace Day Video
Arts, Creativity and Education Futures Summit
International Dawn Chorus Day - May 5 2019 - Montessori International College
REVEIL 2019 – International Dawn Chorus Day
Dalby Billycan Project - 2019
To engage, activate and walk with seniors and community in Dalby
Eudlo Creek Project - MIC term 2 - 2019
MIC Walking Billycan Project - 2019.
The Community Dinner for November 2018 will beheld at Bagot Community on Monday, 26 November, from 6 PM, at the Bagot Community Store building. My Sisters' Kitchen will again provide food. Local musicians will perform.
Arts Front Rights Symposium - 26 and Tuesday 27 March 2018
An event to test out some of the functions of the new V2 Arts Front platform.
Montessori International College (MIC) is a beautiful 52 acre campus on Eudlo Creek on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.