Last chance to see Barkly Captured!

‘Fantastic photos – beautiful country and people’

‘Fab, fab, fab…loved it! What a great peek into Tennant Creek and the Barkly. Thanks to all you photographers!’

‘A great way to capture the spirit of the Barkly by the people who live here’

‘A really rich, lovely exhibition’

‘Very cool!’

Come and see what visitors are raving about!

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What: Barkly Captured photographic exhibition

Where: Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre, Tennant Creek

When: Until Tuesday 20 September; Mon-Fri 8.00 am to 4.00 pm; Sat-Sun 9.00 am to 4.00 pm

Exhibition entry is free.

This project was made possible by Festivals Australia, an Australian Government program which supports cultural activity at regional and community festivals.

It is also supported by Nyinkka Nyunyu Art & Culture Centre, and Fuji Australia.

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That’s it for 2011!

It’s all been very quiet here at the blog… But out in Desert Harmony Festival land we’ve had the blockbuster Barkly College Primary School Concert, superb Song Peoples Sessions concert and CD launch, vibrant Regional Art Market, a huge DanceSite, and the inaugural BAMFest, which took the Festival out in true Barkly style with fantastic music that had the crowd up dancing into the night!

Pics and wrap-ups will be popping up on the blog soon, once we’ve munched our way through all the delicious brandy snaps that Joie baked for the Festival team. But right now we want to say a huge THANK YOU to all of our funders, sponsors, amazing Festival performers and artists, hard-working volunteers and staff and, of course, our wonderful and enthusiastic audiences.