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About Us

The Kang-o-meerteek project was selected to be a part of the Small Town Transformation initiative, which encourages communities to embrace a creative vision in their transformation.

Narrawong Kangomeerteek - Small Town Transformations

Narrawong is one of six towns from 70 small town applications across Victoria chosen to be a part of this innovative program.

Kang-o-meerteek (Dhauwurd Wurrung for ‘mountain to sea’) is a public art project about cultural stories and meeting places in Narrawong. A major Indigenous sculpture will be installed on Mt Clay while in the Narrawong township artists and community will work towards making a place to gather.

Information sharing and smaller community based art projects are conducted through Cre8ive Narrawong, the Kang-o-meerteek fringe.

Regional Arts Victoria manages the Small Town Transformations program, which is part of the Labor Government’s $20 million Regional Arts package in the 2015-16 State Budget.

Who is involved?

Lead Applicant
Nature Glenelg Trust

Partnerships
Narrawong District Primary School
South West Alternative Medium Project
Glenelg Shire Council
Nature Glenelg Trust

Project Manager
Jodie Honan

Artistic Development Officer
Deb Saunders

Lead Artist
Walter Saunders

Artist Advisor
Glenn Romanis

Aim of the project:

Transform the physical, artistic, cultural and social landscape across Narrawong through exploration and development of artistic ability through community engagement, partnership exploration, enhancement and connectivity with innovative artists and art forms.

How will I get updates about the project?

We have launched our Facebook, Instagram and website.
Please Like, Share and Follow!

Kang-o-meerteek Communications Team
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kangomeerteekstt
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kangomeerteek/
Website: https://www.kangomeerteek.com.au
Email: info@kangomeerteek.com.au

Or look out for updates in the window of the Narrawong Post Office.

About the logo

The Kang-o-meerteek logo was designed by Kellie Frankland, Kilcarer Gunditj and Gilgar Gunditj. Copyright © 2016. Additional graphics support by Robyn Carter, creator of www.theadventuresofherbertandvalerie.com and the Volunteer Communications Team.