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An exhibition of paintings and research, with an accompanying podcast interview with Kerry Negara and book by Hill End artist Rebecca Wilson.Find out more »
Meet Darren the Diprotodon fossil! The fossilised skull and vertebrae of Darren the Diprotodon is on loan from the Australian Museum and was discovered by land owners in Tambar Springs in the North West Slopes of New South Wales.Find out more »
Through a Woman's Perspective, group exhibition featuring – Jane Canfield, Natasha Daniloff, Andrey Rhoda & Collette Jonquieres. Jan 11 - Feb 25. Opening event - Jan 19 - 3pm to 5pm. At GangGang Gallery.Find out more »
Condobolin Health Service invited staff and local artists to exhibit photographs at the hospital: 22 Jan – 17 Apr 2019.
Artists were are asked to submit photographs that are inspiring, soothing and look at the good side of life.
Freya Blackwood has about 50 original works and prints at her first selling exhibition opening at The Peisley Street Gallery from Thursday 24 January until 22 February.Find out more »
As well as our amazing Museum, we now have a travelling exhibition “The Shackleton Story”. This will be hosted here until 13th April 2019, normal entry fee into the Museum.Find out more »
4 Feb - 31 March. This exhibition celebrates the career of Craig Lowndes, one of the greats of Australian Touring Car Racing, and unquestionably the fan favourite in contemporary Supercars competition. See a selection of cars, trophies and race suits including some from Craig's own collection.Find out more »
Awarded to the best painting of a notable Australian, the Archibald Prize is a who’s who of Australian culture, from politicians to celebrities and from sporting heroes to artists. Showing at Orange Regional Gallery from 9 Feb - 10 Apr.Find out more »
Anatye: Margaret Loy Pula is showing at Orange Regional Gallery from 9 Feb to 10 Apr. The exhibition will be officially opened on Friday 8 February 2019 at 6pm by Richard Morecroft. Mike Mitchell, Co-curator, will give a floor talk at Orange Regional Gallery on Saturday 9 February at 11am.Find out more »
Young Archie Central West features artists between the ages of 5 and 18 who have submitted a portrait of a person who plays an important role in their life. The exhibition will be officially opened on Fri 8 Feb and runs until 22 Apr.Find out more »
February 12 - 24. Hours: 10-5 weekdays & 10-4 weekends. Opening Reception: Friday February 15th from 5.30pm.
Yan, Tan, Tethera is a joint exhibition from Hannah Orrock and Maria Shaw which explores the symbolism of animals in dreams. In this exhibition we look to develop a playful dialog between the observed (the animals captured within the dream) and the observer (audience).
The Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Society Inc. (BRAGS) was established as a fundraising organisation for the Gallery in 1969. In its 50 years of continual support, BRAGS has contributed to the purchase of over 150 works for the permanent collection. This exhibition celebrates the contribution BRAGS has made to the cultural life of Bathurst and highlights the important role fundraising organisations play in supporting the arts in regional Australia.Find out more »
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