Nimbin School of Arts

Overview

The Nimbin School of Arts Hall opened officially on September 16, 1904. It was built for religious purposes from available government funding. It has traditionally been a venue for local events…

The Nimbin School of Arts Hall opened officially on September 16, 1904. It was built for religious purposes from available government funding. It has traditionally been a venue for local events including dances, engagements, wedding receptions, and other celebrations with people travelling from as far away as Lismore, Jiggi, Wadeville, The Channon and Blue Knob.

The Nimbin School of Arts has continued this in its contemporary usage, with events including Blue Moon Cabarets, Blue Moon Dance, Nimbin Performance Poetry World Cup, the Autumn Arts and the Spring Arts Exhibitions and many other local celebrations, classes and events.

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