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New England Regional Art Museum Launches New Lecture Series

The New England Regional Art Museum is launching a new series of public lectures which will explore aspects of Australian and international artistic practices and history. The lecture series will include the Howard Hinton Lecture on Australian art history, the Chandler Coventry Lecture on contemporary art and the F.T. Wimble Lecture on printing history and art. Read more

Orange Regional Gallery | Interiors

It has often been said that we are shaped by the spaces that surround us. Curated by Gavin Wilson, Interiors probes that concept through the eyes of a select group of modernist and contemporary artists. This exhibition of over 40 paintings and graphics reveals a rich variety of relationships to light and space – a serious and beautiful occurrence. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Christopher Orchard: Psychocartography

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is proud to present the new exhibition Psychocartography from local new-media artist and academic Christopher Orchard. In Psychocartography Christopher continues his post-photographic practice presenting new-media works interrogating a fluid personal connectedness to regional places. Read more

Goulburn Regional Conservatorium | Max Anderson in Nothing But Treble

The Goulburn Regional Conservatorium's Homegrown Series for 2018 launches on Friday 6 April with a special return performance of a completely original stage show set to appear at the Sydney Fringe Festival later this year. Max Anderson in Nothing But Treble is a radio melodrama that is sure to send you laughing right back to the 1930s. Read more

Sturt Gallery | Catriona Pollard: I am of you

Opening at Sturt Gallery is I am of you, a series of works by celebrated fibre artist Cariona Pollard. Using foraged and discarded plant material and traditional basketry and assemblage techniques, Pollard presents nature in a fresh new light, offering glimpses of shapeshifting natural forms, from unnoticed branches, leaves and seedpods into shapes that move you; that celebrate the abundance of nature and our place in this universe. Read more

Grafton Regional Gallery | Farewell for Jude McBean

After 22 years dedicated service to the Grafton Regional Gallery and arts community, Jude McBean is retiring as Gallery Director. Join the Gallery in celebratory drinks to Jude at the opening of the shows A Place to Call Home, Pollinate: Jenny Kitchener, DEX: Best of 2017 Photography, Clarence in Focus and Primary Colours: Wall Art Installation. Read more

NAVA | Value Your Work Workshops in the Northern Rivers

NAVA (National Association for the Visual Arts) will present a series of workshops covering the fundamentals of pricing your artwork. This 2 hour workshop covers the fundamental principles in valuing and pricing your work. Best practice standards in pricing structures, payment schedules and artist rights. Read more