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A colorful selection of dilly bags are currently on display at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery [BRAG] home as part of the Home 2021 program that runs through the place each year. Now in its third year, the Home program is a series of workshops, virtual field trips, and school-integrated programs that explore contemporary Indigenous art, language, and culture. READ ALSO: Wattle Flat in the money for solar panels and lawn care The dilly bags were created last year by students from various local schools under the tutelage of environmental artist Wiradyuri Ronda Sharpe. “It’s been an incredible opportunity for me as an artist with strong ties to the culture, and I’m very impressed with the quality of work the students have produced,” Ms Sharpe said. READ ALSO: Water, Water Everywhere: Scenes from Bathurst Soggy Sunday Participating schools included Meadow Flat Public School, O’Connell Public School, Millthorpe Public School, Black Springs and Rockley Public School. READ ALSO: The Allegri Singers of Bathurst are ready for a return to performances “We are trying to focus on smaller and more remote schools in our area who may not find cultural opportunities or that gallery as easily accessible” , said Julian Woods, head of public engagement at BRAG. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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