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ORANGE REGIONAL MUSEUM, ORANGE. Celebrating the career of a remarkable Orange sportsman, this exhibiton features rarely seen photographs, film footage and sporting memorabilia.
KANDOS. Pop-up window exhibition of Wart's 'Fat Man in the Bath'
BATHURST. Sally's take on surrealism focused on aquatic life - real and imagined - is unique. Her use of colour is vibrant and harmonious.
COWRA REGIONAL ART GALLERY, COWRA. ARTEXPRESS 2021 features a selection of outstanding student artworks developed for the art-making component of the HSC examination in Visual Arts in 2020 – a challenging year – and provides insight into students’ creativity and the issues important to them
COWRA JAPANESE GARDENS, COWRA. Collage, Photography and Watercolours, INSIDE VOICES is a solo art exhibition of recent work by Shani Nottingham . The exhibition contains a mixture of collages using photography, imaged from old books, furniture trimmings, paper ephemera and hand-cut watercolour paper.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. In February 2019, Lismore-based Wiradjuri artist Karla Dickens was invited to collaborate with Bruce Pascoe as part of a project called An Artist, A Farmer & a Scientist Walk into a Bar. The project was initiated by the Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation, an organisation committed to supporting creative practices that respond to cultural change across a broad range of disciplines. The work that Dickens and Pascoe produced, Mother’s Little Helpers, focused on the urgent need to protect and conserve the land and to cease the many destructive practices that are threatening our environment.
ORANGE REGIONAL MUSEUM, ORANGE. Go behind the scenes of the groundbreaking sci-fi series. Explore First Nations storytelling, language and creativity in production design, costumes and props. This exhibition invites you to listen-first and immerse yourself in a powerful and contemporary expression of origin stories.
PEISLEY ST GALLERY, ORANGE. The inspiration for the exhibition WHIMSY comes from the colours in the fields and paddocks around Orange and the Central West as each season changes.
The semi abstract landscapes are imagined each with a point on an horizon that the viewer is encouraged to follow a path through the painting towards its horizon
GRENFELL ART GALLERY, GRENFELL. A collection of works by Dubbo based artist Frits Bos. An inspired journey of self-reflection. The centrepiece of this exhibition is a stunning self-portrait giving an insight into the many aspects which have influenced Frits in his creative work. His VIEWS and RELEAMS exhibition features a collection of Australian Landscapes, portrait, sculpture and some fanciful pieces just for laughs.
ORANGE CIVIC THEATRE, ORANGE. Thomas Crane and his band Bohemian Rhapsody bring back to life the visual excitement and stage energy for which Queen are renowned.
BMEC, BATHURST. Never underestimate the determination of a child! Young Emil catches a train to visit family in the big city. Something valuable is stolen. But the thief soon discovers Emil was not such an easy target. A group of quick-thinking and resourceful children rallies around. Can a bunch of kids work together to uncover and outsmart the true criminal?
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. On the afternoon of Sunday 10 June 1838, a group of eleven convicts and ex-convict stockmen led by a squatter, brutally slaughtered a group of twenty-eight Aboriginal men, women and children who were camped peacefully at the station of Myall Creek in the New England region. 180 years after these events a group of Indigenous contemporary artists created works which explore the issues and complexities of this significant historic event and its aftermath locally and nationally
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. This haunting holographic video installation by Samuel James with performer/writer Talya Rubi resulted from a residency the pair undertook in 2019 in Hill End which investigates experience of transcendence of real space through experimentations with contemporary spirit photography/videography.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. Bathurst based artists Colin Fenn and Karin Smith have been collaborating for over a decade, both working within sculpture and bronze casting. Each artist has developed their own unique style and approach to figurative bronze; an artistic tradition stretching back thousands of years.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. Ben Quilty’s monumental Myall Creek Rorschach painting confronts Australia’s colonial past and challenges contemporary notions of history, place, and national identity. In 2019, Quilty attended the Myall Creek Memorial to commemorate the unprovoked massacre of twentyeight Wirrayaraay women, children and men by a group of stockmen on Myall Creek Station in 1838. Local elders Aunty Sue Blacklock and the late Uncle Lyall Munro gave permission for the artist to tell the story of this pivotal event through his painting.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. Paddy Fordham Wainburranga (1932 - 2006) was a dancer, painter, printmaker, sculptor of the Dhuwa moiety and Rembarrnga mythologies dreaming, born at Bandibu (or Bamdibu/ Bumdubu) (in Arnhem Land, the Northern Territory, Australia). Wainburranga’s painted and printed subject matter includes ancestral stories as well as political and social changes experienced, and incorporates iconography from both Aboriginal and European cultures. He painted, printed and sculpted spirit figures such as the Balangjangalan Spirit, an ancestral spirit, and Mimi Spirits.
ORANGE. Meet a fantastic line up of authors at this intimate Readers and Writers Festival at Orange
PANTHERS, BATHURST. Thomas Crane and his band Bohemian Rhapsody bring back to life the visual excitement and stage energy for which Queen are renowned.
BATHURST LIBRARY, BATHURST. Hear best-selling author Tony Park discuss his 19th thriller/action novel, written during lockdown
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