The Multicultural Council facilitates the Common Threads Project which provides a safe space for community members to build important social support networks and reduce social isolation while engaging in skills development in a range of different textile mediums through numerous projects.

Common Threads

  • provides opportunities for participants such as building skills and knowledge for creative expression, creating a supportive network and building socially and culturally inclusive networks.

  • The project aims to support members explore potential social enterprises, participate in public exhibitions and showcase multicultural arts.

Multicultural Council’s Common Threads provides an opportunities for refugees to learn - Read the Daily Advertiser Article from 28 March 2018

Common Thread Exhibition


Common Threads is an exhibition of textile works ðŸ‘—👝 made by women who have only recently come to call the Riverina home. ðŸ 
The women, who are from a variety backgrounds, have been working together with the Multicultural Council Of Wagga Wagga Inc. for a year, sharing their skills and experiences – all while making new friends. ðŸ¤

Their creations are now on show at Eastern Riverina Arts and some will be sold at Fusion Multicultural Street Festival later in the month. ðŸŽ¶

Common Thread