Calling all beanie lovers everywhere, it you loved the first and second collections or maybe you missed them, now is your chance to catch the fabulous new Colours of the Country III: Alice Springs Beanie Festival national tour together with Collection In Focus: New Acquisitions at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery commencing Saturday 25 March 2017. Read more
Three upcoming exhibitions at New England Regional Art Museum will see women artists take centre stage. The shows will open on Friday 24 March at 6pm, with artists talks scheduled for Saturday 25 March at 10:30am. Read more
From the 24th March to the 8th of May, four artists looking at nature and the landscape will present exhibitions at Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery. Opening hours to view these exhibitions are 10am - 5pm, Monday to Friday and 11am - 4pm on weekends. Read more
The newest exhibition on display at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is Shapeshifters, a playful exploration of 3D printing. It’s all about imagination, innovation and new methods of making, drawing on the high-tech and rapidly evolving world of 3D printers and fluid extrusion methodology. Read more
Designed to provide fresh ideas for the classroom and music lessons, this interactive session will develop participants skills in extracting musical material and inspiration from the natural environment in ways both educational and fun for students. The session will be presented by Bega local, David Hewitt, on Thursday 30 March, 4.30-6.30pm, in the beautitful Four Winds Windsong Pavilion, just south of Bermagui. Read more
Established in 2011 the Outback Archies is an exhibition aimed at providing artistic opportunities for artists living in rural, regional and remote NSW.
Outback Arts, in coordination with surrounding Regional Art Development Organisations, works to showcase the contributing artists to both a local and visiting audience through the exhibition. Read more
From the C17th onwards there has been a recurring preoccupation with the idea of an art that inspires awe and wonder: the sublime. Historically associated with the natural landscape it remains to contemporary artists using elements of hyper realism, trompe l’oeil, scale, illogic and biology to reinvent the concept of the sublime for modern audiences. Read more