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Travelling Film Festival Tamworth

The 2019 Travelling Film Festival (TFF) returns to Tamworth's Forum 6 Cinemas from 22–24 March with the very best of world cinema headlined by a brand-new Australian feature. Read more

Live Words | Live Words 2019 Launch

Bathurst-based performance writing collective Live Words will be outlining their current writing projects after being awarded the 2019 Emerging Writers Organisation Grant from Writing NSW. Read more

Small Forest by Atsuko | Whispered Black Exhibition

Small Forest, a winery, cellar door and gallery in the Upper Hunter region, will be hosting "Whispered Black", an exhibition of work by Tomoko Oka, a Japanese calligraphy artist based around Sydney and the Central Coast. Read more

burraja gallery | gulpa wala Exhibition

burraja gallery's first exhibition in 2019, gulpa wala, will present works by Yorta Yorta artist Dr Treahna Hamm - showcasing over 30 years of her multi-disciplinary creative practice. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Then and Now: Representations in Glass

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is thrilled to present Then and Now: Representations in Glass, an exhibition highlighting the artistry and expertise of artist, Denis O’Connor. This unique exhibition showcases O’Connor’s early hand blown glasswork from the 1970’s and 1980’s through to recent explorations in his current practice. Read more

Four Winds | Folk Christmas

A warm and eclectic Christmas folk experience, in the enchanting Windsong Pavilion, bringing together Scandinavian, Celtic, English, Georgian, French and Australian traditional Christmas music. Communities around the world celebrate Christmas in a variety of ways: through festivity, contemplation, reflection, food, drink, singing, playing tunes, celebrating, remembering. This concert brings together material from Scandinavian, Celtic, English, Georgian, French and Australian traditions to present a warm and eclectic Christmas folk experience. Read more

Southern Tablelands Arts | Launch of Picton ANZAC Centenary Sculpture

Picton Railway Station will be the site for the launch of the final ANZAC Centenary commemorative sculpture on Tuesday, December 11. The sculpture at Picton Railway Station is the final part of the Great Southern Line Anzac Story, which has been three years in the making. One commemorative sculpture is already in place at Moss Vale Railway Station and the second was unveiled in Goulburn with the final commemorative work to be unveiled in Picton on the 11th of December. Read more