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GRENFELL ART GALLERY. The Grenfell Dramatic Society is excited to showcase their wardrobe’s most beautiful vintage clothing, along with the production costumes that have brought their characters to life over the 60 years the Society has been active.
BATHURST. In this modern consumer driven world its easy to forget where your clothes come from and how simple it is to make, alter or upcycle your own. This free showcase event will take viewers on a journey from the beginning of a garment, showing how simple it really is.
BATHURST. There was a lot of interest shown in another 2 day upholstery workshop in the coming months. So I thought it appropriate to put out a call for interest in running another one.
NEWBRIDGE. The gallery showcases a diverse and exciting collection of original paintings, photography and hardwood furniture complemented by locally handcrafted metal work, pottery, jewelry, delicious handmade chocolates, heritage dolls, cards and gifts, all superbly featured in a lovingly restored 1850’s building in the centre of the village.
ORANGE. Both the ORAF Bi-annual Funding and the Jump Start Arts Grant.
COWRA REGIONAL ART GALLERY. Using a variety of natural and manmade textiles, participants will create a God’s Eye and/or Yarn sticks.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY. Celebration of Australian art through the tapestry medium. Over the decades Australian artists have collaborated with weavers and tapestry workshops in France, Portugal and since 1976, the Australian Tapestry Workshop.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY. For Bathurst based textile artist Heather Dunn, location – place – is important. Palette of Place showcases tapestries inspired by the landscape and colours of Hill End. Using dyes created from local organic materials, Dunn’s tapestries comprise rich ochres, wattle yellow and subtle shades of green.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY. In 2018 Camie Lyons participated in the Hill End Artists in Residence Program. Taking inspiration from the lives of Hill End’s gold rush era inhabitants, Lyons threw herself into physical making: dragging branches back the Haefligers studio, digging clay, and mark making with sticks, stones and found ochers.
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