Dreamboogie named themselves after a poem by Langston Hughes, the famous American poet, social activist and novelist. Many of his verse was based on Jazz and Blues, and the poem 'Dream Boogie' is amongst his best known. "Hey Daddy have you heard, the boogie woogie rhythm of a dream deferred" is the opening line of that work which refers to the rising, rumbling rhythm of a peoples' discontent - as true today as it ever was... and the Blues will always be the soundtrack.
Applications to the Regional Arts Fund (RAF) open February 1! This is a great opportunities for artists and arts organizations to kickstart a project in the Barossa region.
The Barossa Regional Gallery invites artists to submit entries for the Barossa Cookery Book Centenary Exhibition and Prize entitled Cook!
Lee Witczak, Chairperson, James Kurtze, (Internationally Awarded Film Maker), Sam Charles (Secretary), Ryan Thomas (Location Scout) and Matthew Wauchope (Workshop Facilitator). The gentleman in the purple shirt is Peter Dickson, Filmmaker from Girards Hill, NSW, receiving his Award for the Special Effects and New Media Award for his film Trolleyman.
What you do everyday may seem extraordinary to someone else. The following links are a collection of everyday Barossa people telling their extraordinary story. Click here to discover more.
Young and emerging artists from across the region, aged 15-30 years are encouraged to register for the CREATIVE SOULS exhibition.
SEGRA, Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia, is inviting interested filmmakers to participate in the SEGRA 2016 Short Film Festival to promote the people, place and productivity of regional Australia.