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NEXT LEVEL: Jessica Machin (left) and Jessica Anderson are confident the partnership with BHP Billiton will raise the profile of community arts in the region. Photo: Annaliese Frank

Hedland arts get a bigger picture

THE Hedland Arts Council is poised to undergo a dramatic three-year expansion with a new studio, increased funding and assistance from Country Arts WA and BHP Billiton.

The $360,000 partnership will last three years, with BHP Billiton putting in the cash and Country Arts WA providing the Hedland Arts Council, also known as HARTZ, with professional advice and assistance in establishing regular cash flow and expanding its arts program.

Funding will be distributed through three annual payments of $120,000, greatly increasing HARTZ’s annual funding from the $20,000 it received from BHP Billiton.

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