27 February to 22 April 2018 at the Orange Regional Gallery Collection is founded on the Mary Turner Collection.Find out more »
Standing Up Alive is an Aboriginal expression describing how the people are not only still going, but are dynamic; alive!Find out more »
Bathurst Theatre Company are offering vocational Actor training through a series of acting classes and workshops.Find out more »
Six artists - Five new shows at BRAG! David Serisier, Stephen Little, Mark Dober, Elizabeth Nelson, Cathe Stack and Noelene Lucas.Find out more »
An exhibition that takes a cross section of the Forbes community and explores the many contributions of a multi layered country agricultural community.Find out more »
The exhibition, “Unfurl”, will take place from 10 – 22 April at the Corner Store Gallery’s by Colleen Southwell and Peter Worsley.
Opening Night: Thursday 12 April 6pm-8pm (Wine by Mortimers Wines).
Waste 2 Art in Lithgow Are you a resident of the Lithgow LGA? Enter the Lithgow region’s Waste2Art Competition now! Local students, artists, and creative groups are invited to take up the challenge to turn waste into art. Waste2Art is an art competition and exhibition open to local residents of all ages. It showcases and celebrates creative works made from reused and recyclable waste materials, and aims to challenge people’s perception of waste. The annual waste theme for 2018 is…Find out more »
Part exhibition, part publication, and making space Zine There Done That is a hands-on collaboration between, young people and the artist Sonny Day.Find out more »
Standing Up Alive is an Aboriginal expression describing how the people are not only still going, but are dynamic; alive! Join Aboriginal artists Wayne Brennan, Shane Smithers, Chris Tobin, Leanne Tobin and Uncle Peter Williams who use the power and connection of their local symbols and patterns in a contemporary way to create a vibrant exhibition.Find out more »
Entries now open for next Blayney Hay Bale Art Challenge 16 – 23 April 2018 Plans are being devised by local residents, school and community groups to extend the magnificent hay bale artworks throughout the villages of Blayney and Bathurst for this year’s Blayney Hay Bale Art Challenge. Now in its third year, Blayney Shire Council, the Blayney Town Association (BTA) and the local village progress associations of Barry, Newbridge and Hobbys Yards, proudly support the annual community event. Organisers…Find out more »
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