In Murray Bridge, an arts transformation has taken place, giving residents a place to experience art in all its forms.
The historic town hall and regional gallery of Murray Bridge have been transformed through the SA Regional Centre of Culture Program, providing a new cultural precinct for residents. The initiative represents the biggest arts infrastructure project undertaken in regional South Australia for the past 25 years.
The town now has more than just a gallery; it has a sculpture court and a new performance space.
In 2010 Country Arts SA, working in partnership with the regional council and local community, presented Ripples, a year-long program of arts and cultural activities. The program engaged the community in activities that helped break down the barriers of social isolation. Young people and the local Ngarrindjeri people were among the many groups that participated.
Team Leader Arts Development, Gallery Director
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