ARTLANDS Regional

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Travelling the roads of Central Western NSW on the way to Dubbo? There are many more arts and cultural experiences to enjoy along the way. Take your time and explore this beautiful region.

ARTLANDS Regional provides an opportunity for artists and arts organisations in central western towns along the driving routes to Dubbo to showcase their work in their home towns to coincide with the festival program. Keep an eye out for identifying signage along the way.

The Central West ARTLANDS Regional events include:

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst

25th October – 30th October

70-78 Keppel Street, Bathurst, NSW 2795
Four exhibitions are currently showing at BRAG; Anne Graham: Whispering and Rustling the Susserus of People, Places and Things, Andrew Burton: Iron, Bark, Clay, Ham Darroch: Cubit and Matthew Bromhead: Lapis Leisurely.

Colour City Creatives, Orange

14th – 30th October

2b Peisley Street, Orange, NSW 2800

The Colour City Creatives annual wine festival exhibition will have up to 150 works on display by artists from across the Central West region.

Cowra Regional Art Gallery, Cowra

15th October – 20th November

77 Darling Street, Cowra, NSW, 2794

PUNUKU TJUKURPA is a stunning collection of works from the Maruku archive. The exhibition is made up of a diverse array of sculptures and paintings from some of Australia’s finest artists.

Dean Mobbs Gallery, Bathurst

25th October – 29th October

77 Keppel Street, Bathurst, NSW 2795

The gallery features original artworks by local visual artist and author Dean Mobbs.  Developmental expressionism and abstraction provide a basis from which his creative spirit and resultant art pieces originate.

Forbes Art Society, Forbes
1st October – 30th October

111 Lachlan Street, Forbes, NSW 2871
Somewhere down the Lachlan: Sculpture Prize Exhibition of outdoor and indoor sculpture and public art installations.

Kew-Y-Ahn Gallery

Farmers Inn, Old Bathurst Road, Hartley NSW 2790

Located at Hartley Historic Site, the Kew-Y-Ahn Gallery is a joint project of Arts OutWest and NSW National Parks. Kew-Y-Ahn is a dedicated outlet for Aboriginal Artists living and working in the central west of NSW to showcase and sell their works.

Parkes Library, Parkes
27th October – 30th October

The Coventry Room, Parkes Library, Newell Highway, Parkes, NSW 2870
A collaborative exhibition of works by three local artists – Maralyn Nash, Jo Laurie and Rosalie Burns including original artworks, installation and a collaborative community collaborative weaving created by visitors to the event.

FULL LIST across central NSW