We are aiming to establish an art gallery and museum on our existing land, adjacent to the Radiant Life College. The arts facility will house an art gallery, an exhibition space, workshops and studios for resident artists, educational areas and administration offices. The facility will also cater for visitors to view artists at work.
The museum will be a dedicated area to allow visitors to view and be interactive with local indigenous history. It will include static displays, interactive multimedia displays and hands-on areas where visitors can participate in painting, music and other activities. We anticipate the gallery and museum will become a premier tourism attraction in the region, as such, we would also love to incorporate a retail area and a coffee shop.
We are also hoping to incorporate a cultural park and glamping. We have been granted $2.7 million for the first stage and hope to begin construction in May/June. We are hoping to source people with a skill base to assist us in the initial start-up phase, including architects, builders, accountants, visual and performing artists and people to assist with grant submissions.