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Lismore Laughs Returns with Merrick Watts, Josh Earl & Tommy Little

Lismore’s one and only comedy festival returns in 2018 with a spectacular, star-studded line up. Featuring Merrick Watts in his first solo show; Josh Earl, host of Spicks and Specks bringing us family-friendly mayhem with songs, stand-up and cartoons, in a show which is bound to have everyone in stitches; and finally Tommy Little, who has fast-evolved into one of the country’s most exciting comedians. Read more

RAF Project | Orange Regional Gallery, StarPicket

StarPicket is inspired by the astronomical translations of the night sky in relation to seasonal land management activity and physical pathways, through oral histories by Indigenous traditional owners and Elders in both the Central West NSW, and Lake Mungo NSW. Artists explored interpretations of star navigation with relativity to cross culture, geomorphology, wayfaring and storytelling. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Heath Franco: Life is Sexy

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present the captivating and provocative new video work LIFE IS SEXY by acclaimed contemporary artist Heath Franco, screening in The Channel from Saturday 27 January. LIFE IS SEXY was created in response to a residency and research trip Franco undertook in the United States of America in 2016. Read more

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery | Harrie Fasher: The Last Charge

Harrie Fasher’s monumental sculpture The Last Charge captures the raw emotion of the last charge of the Light Horse at the Battle of Beersheba on October 31, 1917. This powerful and terrifying vision of cavalry in full flight evokes the roar and chaos of battle, and the indefatigable bond between horse and rider. Read more

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery | Derek Kreckler: Accident & Process

Derek Kreckler is one of Australia’s most rigorous post-minimal and post-conceptual artists. This exhibition brings together photography, video, installation and sound works drawn from the artist’s early conceptual and performative practice of the 1970s through to his more recent focus on still and moving imagery in the 21st century. Read more

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery | Richard Perram's Farewell

After 14 years as Director of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Richard Perram OAM is retiring. Join the farewell celebrations at the next opening on Friday, 9 February at BRAG from 6pm to remember Richard’s great legacy and the invaluable contribution he has made to the Gallery and to the cultural life of Bathurst. Read more