Exciting NEWS! The launch of the long awaited book, Droving the Long Paddock, has taken place!
On Friday, 14 July 2017, the launch of the book was held at the Lost Art Studio with great success.
Based on true events told by drovers who lived life walking cattle across the wide open lands of remote Outback Queensland.
Droving the Long Paddock tells personal tales in short stories, interpreted into artwork that takes the reader into a fascinating insight into the lifestyle and hardships of working and living on the land.
Red Ridge (Interior Queensland) helps create healthy and resilient communities in remote western Queensland by bringing people together in art and cultural activities. We enrich their lives and we protect our heritage by working with our communities, government and donors. Our focus is the social and economic health of our own communities and all who live here.
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Creating better rural communities through participation in the arts.
Red Ridge (Interior Queensland) works with communities, government and donors to nurture and enrich the artistic and cultural life of remote western Queensland.
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