Explore the potential of arts and health with artists and health workers from the region. Join South East Arts for discussions and networking to initiate Swell, an arts and health regional strategy. Read more
The Wired Lab today launches its 'WIRED OPEN LABS' workshop series. Offering a range of creative workshops for all ages throughout communities in the Eastern Riverina and South West Slopes, 'Wired Open Labs' will be sure to inspire while developing new skills and social networks. Read more
Sydney World Music Chamber Orchestra is set to delight and inspire participants and audiences from the Southern Tablelands Arts region. The eleven piece orchestra is comprised of musicians representing diverse cultural and religious backgrounds who demonstrate and affirm the power of collaboration and respect for diversity through music and performance. Read more
The Lorne Sculpture Biennale was founded in 2007 and with over 60,000 visitors attending the 5th Biennale last year, the event was pronounced an unmitigated success.
The Curator, President and Committee now invite artists from across the globe to participate in the 6th Lorne Sculpture Biennale, ‘LANDFALL’ nature + humanity + art, which will takeplace between 17 March and 2 April 2018. Read more
School Drama™ is a professional learning program for primary school teachers that demonstrates the power of using drama pedagogy with quality literature to improve English and literacy in young learners. Read more
The Ghost Who Walks is coming to Coffs Harbour! This fantastic exhibition at the Bunker Cartoon Gallery will feature works by some of Australia’s foremost and best loved artists, including Gary Shead, Charles Blackman, Dick Frizzle, Arthur Boyd, Michael Leunig, Reg Mombassa, and works by the curators Peter Kingston and Dietmar Lederwasch.
In conjunction with the Phantom Art Show and the Bunker and in support of local artists, saso.creative is very pleased to announce the saso.creative Phantom Downunder Art Prize: The Phantom and the Australian Experience.
The competition is open to all artists working in all media (except edible) and boasts total prize money of $1500.
he John Fries Award is an annual $10,000 art prize recognising the talents of early career visual artists. Call for Entries to the 2017 John Fries Award are now open.
Since its humble beginnings in 2010, the Award has established itself as a platform for some of the most engaging and experimental works from the next wave of contemporary artists from across Australia and New Zealand.
The prize was established by the Fries family in memory of former Viscopy director and honorary treasurer, John Fries, who made a remarkable contribution to the life and success of the organisation.