Events for Sun 1 August - Wed 29 September
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ONLINE. Blokes Don’t Talk is a series of monologues written by Vince Melton for the Bathurst Theatre Company and 2MCEFM. The series was produced in partnership with the Bathurst Theatre Company, 2MCEFM and micro-funding from Arts Out West.
ONLINE. Explore public art, heriage, handmade, galleries and Aboriginal experiences of Central NSW through Culture Maps.
ONLINE. The Cowra Voices storytelling app was launched in August 2019 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Cowra Breakout.
The app includes stories of Wiradjuri elders, personal histories of people buried at the Cowra Japanese War Cemetery, and local stories of grassroots peace-building by members of the Cowra community.
GANG GANG GALLERY, LITHGOW. Exhibition featuring artists Usha Singh, Martin Garibay, Maria Grzybowski, Karen Bloomfield
ONLINE. View and shop the 'Abstract Distractions' exhibition online.
ONLINE. This Community Art Exhibition features works from local competitions in the following council areas: Bathurst, Broken Hill, Central Darling, Coonamble, Dubbo, Lachlan, Lithgow, Mid Western, Oberon, Orange, Parkes and Walgett.
ONLINE. Doors may be temporarily closed however you can experience culture from the comfort of your own home featuring a Virtual Tour of the ground breaking exhibition Weapons for the Soldier in situ at Cowra Regional Art Gallery along with Activity Sheets and Artist Interviews produced for the exhibition.
ONLINE. Elaine Butler is art tutor based in Wallerawang (I teach in Lithgow & Western Sydney usually) and I have moved some of her kids & adults art classes to an online format. Choose Online Drawing Club for Kids, Online Painting for Adults, Online Holiday Art for Kids, plus Art Supply Kits each with 10 Online Tutorials.
ONLINE. Spring is in the air and it's time for the monthly top up on the Central West Sounds Playlist. Featuring a different set of local artists and tunes each month on Spotify.
ONLINE. he Lingua Franca/ BMEC/ Q Theatre play ‘Kangaroo’ by Miranda Gott has been specially recorded and is available via the Q Theatre’s website as an audio experience. The new Australian work had seasons in Bathurst and Cowra and was to tour to The Joan in Penrith in August. Instead the cast headed into a recording studio (before regional NSW lockdown) to record the play.
ONLINE. Get up close and personal with the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum's T-Rex skeleton, go inside the house of former Australian Prime Minister and Bathurst resident, Ben Chifley. Wander the stunning grounds of Machattie Park and learn the little known facts behind its Victorian-era features. Go underground at Jenolan Caves.
ONLINE. Watch Guido Maestri discuss his artistic process and the development of his body of art for the exhibition: ‘Stories from Homedale’ at Mudgee Arts Precinct. Guido explains how lockdowns shifted his practice in a new direction, elaborates on his love of working with oil paint and gives insight to some of the inspiration that shaped his exciting new exhibition.
ONLINE. A weekly program for 3-5-year-olds and their parents/carers. Delivered via Zoom/ Facebook Live.
ONLINE. Music and dancing for kids. Samantha Bartholemeusz of the Orange Regional Conservatorium has moved her wonderful program online. FREE.
ONLINE. Mountain Goat Mountain is an audio theatre experience for families to do in their home together. With guided activities that help families set up, and step into their own imaginative world, Mountain Goat Mountain is a unique experience for adults and children to do together that provides space for creative connection through play and imagination.
ONLINE. If you are interested in participating in this workshop contact firstname.lastname@example.org OR Lithgow Transformation Hub Manager on 0428 890 595
ONLINE. Classes will be be run as short sessions each day (Monday - Friday) using Zoom and Google Classroom - just like a regular ATYP drama class but virtual! Our professional, industry-trained tutors will continue to facilitate our classes and teach students storytelling, character creation, and theatre-making.
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