Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is proud to present the major new work by Wiradjuri artist Lorraine Tye, Guya-gu Marraanba Yinaa: One Woman Fish Net, commissioned for the Gallery’s annual installation program, The Point. Read more
Claire Primrose's work finds inspiration in the direct linking of immediate locations with her techniques of making a painting/drawing; transporting a real environment into the making of an artistic space evocative of its original and her own identities. Read more
An exhibition of contemporary prints responding to artists from previous generations who have had connections with the Southern Tablelands region between Sydney and Canberra.
The 25 printmakers each chose a different artist as the starting point from their work. Read more
Newcastle-based artist Frank Murri integrates art and math in his exhibition The Prime Ingredient in a Big Piece of Pi (π), featured at Tweed Regional Gallery from 24 November to 22 April 2018. Read more
Some 50 galleries, studios, pop up exhibitions, museums and wineries across the Upper Hunter will be open on the weekend of the 18th and 19th November. Hit the trail for painting, ceramics, fabric art, sculpture, photography, local history, great food, great wine, great accommodation and the Great Arts Trivia Quiz. Read more
Cris Kennedy will lead conversations with authors at the beautiful Eden Road Wines estate in Murrumbateman. Meet Dr LJM Owen, Karen Viggers and Scott Baker in an intimate conversation about writing, science, fiction and their own processes during an afternoon at Eden Road Wines. Read more
How can artists and arts organisations diversify income streams? What entrepreneurial solutions and sustainable models have been tried and tested? What does success look like? How do you measure what you are doing? Read more