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NERAM | RIVERSONG: Four Seasons of the Rocky River

Armidale artist, Jan Clark, is inspired by the extraordinary beauty found in the tiny details of nature particularly those of the Rocky River by which she lives. This body of work expresses the feelings, moods, sounds, heat and cold of the Rocky River, where small riparian habitats provides deep spiritual nourishment. Read more

The Art Factory Presents End of Year Exhibition

On Tuesday 4 December from 11am – 12pm, The Art Factory invites you to the opening of the End of Year Exhibition at the HR Gallop Gallery at Charles Sturt University. The Art Factory is a supported studio that provides artists with guidance, mentoring, networks and career paths to assist in establishing and maintaining a contemporary arts practice. Read more

Byron Writers Festival | Matt Noffs in Conversation with Chris Hanley

Byron Writers Festival presents Matt Noffs (CEO of the Ted Noffs Foundation) in conversation with Chris Hanley about his new book Addicted? The book, and impending discussion, is about addictions of all kinds. Addiction to smartphones, sex, games, social media, gambling, money, but most of all to alcohol and drugs. At a time when the Australian government wants to drug test welfare recipients, do we really understand addiction and how someone becomes addicted to a substance or behaviour in the first place? Read more

Arts North West | Free Creativity Workshop for Aboriginal Artists

Mark making is a term used to describe the different lines, patterns, and textures we create in a piece of art. It applies to any art material on any surface, not only paint on canvas or pencil on paper. Join Arts North West Aboriginal Arts Officer Lorrayne Riggs to explore the creative possibilities of mark making. Read more

Sturt Gallery | Sonder

Sturt’s world-class Wood School, training Australia’s future fine furniture makers and designers, will celebrate the graduation of its 2018 students and the opening of their end of year exhibition in Sturt Gallery. The world-class Sturt School for Wood is now more in demand than ever with a full school until 2020. Read more

Theatre Network NSW | NSW Theatre Gathering 2018

Join your NSW theatre industry peers for an afternoon of talks, workshops and networking, led by Sydney Festival Director, Wesley Enoch, and featuring the inaugural State of NSW Theatre address by acclaimed playwright Suzie Miller. Read more

Sturt Gallery | New Design 3

The third exhibition in the series of New Design exhibitions at Sturt brings together a diverse group of designers and makers to showcase work that is pushing at the boundaries of the extraordinary. The selected artists are constantly evolving their making practice, incorporating new technologies and new thinking. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Art & Literacy Kit Launch

In 2018 Lismore Regional Gallery engaged Educator and Literacy Specialist Karen Rantissi to develop a series of literacy and arts based resources for schools, reflecting on works from the gallery’s permanent art collection. Author Karen Rantissi will be running training sessions for educators at Lismore Regional Gallery on: Thursday 29 November 2018 at 4.30pm - 6.30 pm & Thursday 7 February 2019 at 4.30pm - 6.30 pm. Read more

Griffith Regional Art Gallery & Western Riverina Arts | Murru

From November 10 to December 2, Western Riverina Arts will present in partnership with the Griffith Regional Art Gallery MURRU, an Aboriginal arts project celebrating Wiradjuri culture and showcasing the incredible artworks of Indigenous artists from the region. Read more

burraja gallery | kangwano

burraja gallery is enthused to present kangwano, an exhibition celebrating the creative practises of Aboriginal art students from the North East/ Border region. kangwano opens Thursday 15 November, 5:30pm and is the last burraja gallery exhibition for the year. Read more

New England Regional Art Museum | Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the Wombat

“The wombat is a joy,” wrote D. G. Rossetti to his brother from Cheyne Walk in 1869, “a joy, a triumph, a delight, a madness.” What were the origins of this curious but longstanding shared preoccupation among the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and their friends in London, so distant from the wombat’s natural habitat? And what does this vignette tell us about the strangely Janus-like interaction between the Imperial capital and the Australian colonies through that most revolutionary decade of the nineteenth century? Read more