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Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | The Wired Lab: The Edge

The Edge showcases the photographic outcomes of an eighteen month skills development project for young people living in the rural communities of Tumut and Cootamundra. Throughout 2016 and 2017 these young people worked with contemporary Australian photographer Tamara Dean, where they learnt various photographic techniques while documenting their interactions in their localities. Read more

Bello LeaF at Bello Winter Music

Bello Winter Music has partnered with the Bellingen Shire Learning Alliance, and the newly established Coffs Coast Regional Science Hub to present Bello LeaF – a popular program of sustainability and environment focused  workshops, tours and forums that runs alongside the 2018 music festival. Read more

Sturt Gallery | Cultivate

Cultivate is a new Sturt Gallery exhibition in which 10 artists working across the mediums of jewellery, metalwork, ceramics, basketry and textiles were invited to create work that reflects or responds to the natural world around us. The resulting exhibition blends organic material, clay and metal to create and explore nature within the gallery space. Read more

RAF Project | NERAM, Myall Creek and Beyond

The New England Regional Art Museum and the Friends of Myall Creek Memorial invite you to the opening of the exhibition Myall Creek and beyond. Myall Creek and beyond features the work of Robert Andrew, Fiona Foley, Colin Isaacs, Julie Gough, Quarralia Knox, David Leha and Tim Leha, Laurie Nilsen, Judy Watson, Warraba Weatherall and will feature the Myall Creek Gathering Cloak facilitated by Carol McGregor and members of the region's Aboriginal community. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Walking Matters

agga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present Walking Matters, an exhibition which brings together for the first time, the works of Antonia Aitken, Rebecca Mayo and Kirstie Rea. The three artists use walking to build knowledge and embodied experience of the places and sites they investigate in their studios. Read more

Four Winds 2018 Windsong Series

James Crabb, Four Winds’ Artistic Director and acclaimed classical accordion player, has programmed three incredible concerts which make up the 2018 Windsong Series. These concerts, which bring leading, international artists to the region, will warm your heart during the coming winter months. Read more

Australia Council | 2018 Marketing, Communications & Ticketing Summit

Join us at the 2018 Marketing, Communications and Ticketing Summit at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 June. The Australia Council Marketing Summit returns in 2018 with more content and a new name to match: Australia Council Marketing, Communications and Ticketing Summit. Knowing me, knowing you! Read more