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No Turning Back explores the story of Bob Cunningham’s artistic career and life in Lithgow.
ARTEXPRESS showcases exemplary artworks created by New South Wales visual arts students for the Higher School Certificate examination.
Featuring works by leading contemporary artists from Europe, EuroVisions presents a vibrant cross-section of recent developments in international art showcasing the diversity and exuberance of innovative practices and contemporary culture.
The Garden of Shadows is a collection of work developed during Fabrice Cazenave’s six-week residency at Murrays Cottage as the inaugural French Artist in Residence (FAR) in Hill End in 2018.
18 April – 9 June. In 2010 Ildiko Kovacs began to improvise a new style of painting made with paint rollers on plywood. This survey focusses on these sumptuous paintings in which the vibrancy of colours and forms do not simply evoke deep feelings or intuitions; the paintwork itself becomes a record or visible trace of the act of painting.
Artists from the Lithgow Area present their art work made from recycled material. From school children to adults and sewing to welding, this exhibition is an eclectic colourful mix that never ceases to surprise and delight. Winners from this competition will be entered in the regional exhibition.
The Calleen Art Award is a major Gallery event and a favourite annual exhibition with the Cowra district audiences and visitors to the region. This visitor recognition and its ongoing development as a nationally significant and prestigious art award for painting has also benefited from the support by the Calleen Trust, providing prize money of $20,000 in 2019.
4 May – 9 JuneAn exhibition of contemporary prints responding to artists from previous generations who have had connections with the Southern Tablelands region between Sydney and Canberra.
The 66th Annual Cowra Eisteddfod will be held from May 15 to June 6 – with the Grand Concert of Prizewinners being held on Saturday, June 15.
All the regular sections for Vocal, Instrumental, Speech & Drama, and Dance – in all age groups – have been catered for, and will include championships and scholarships.
Dr Rae Luckie is an experienced workshop facilitator, mentor and manuscript assessor. She is a qualified teacher with a PhD in auto/biographical writing, her expertise is in the field oflifewriting/creative nonfiction (autobiography, biography, memoir), prose poetry, historical fiction and family history.
Rediscover all the rare and lost trades and crafts over one weekend on the Bathurst Heritage Trade Trail. Blacksmithing, saddlery, dry stone walling, whip cracking and making, glass artistry, lace making, tapestry, embroidery, carpentry and joinery, cigar box guitar making and violin making are among many unique talents to be demonstrated by local and guest artisans.
Have some fun and learn new skills in this 2 day bringyour-own-chair workshop. A wonderful introduction to thistraditional and practical craft. Experience the joy of creatingsomething by hand and restoring a chair you love.
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