Bare: Degrees of undress celebrates the candid, contrived, natural, sexy, ironic, beautiful, and fascinating in Australian portraiture that shows a bit of skin. Bare selects and remixes portraits from our collection around elements of nakedness. Fun and forthright, the exhibition will interrogate our instinctive, embedded and complex reactions to the bare. Read more
Join Peggy Popart for a kids tour of the Back Alley Gallery, including the mural by Guido van Helten, and then head back to the Lismore CWA building in Spinks Park for lots of fun art activities. Read more
Work with experimental artist duo Cake Industries to create large mobile robotic sculptures incorporating Lismore’s history of vibrant street protest and your feelings about the present, and dreams for the future. Read more
A comprehensive one-day seminar focusing on the business side of arts. Ideal for individual creative practitioners and people working and volunteering in arts organisations and festival committees. $65 including lunch, morning and afternoon tea. Please click the button to book. Read more
A pilot project between the National Parks and Wildlife Service and the BVRG, the inaugural Copyright Agency Cultural Fund Artist Residency offers the opportunity for visual artists to draw from the unique natural environment of the local Bega Valley region, whilst connecting with regional communities and expanding their practice. Read more
Can You Hear the Whispering Walls showcases the work produced by local Yaegl woman and visual artist, Frances Belle Parker who transformed Eatonsville Hall through a large-scale immersive installation in October 2016 as part of the If These Halls Could Talk project. Read more
March in the Eastern Riverina Arts Window Gallery sees works by graphic artist Adele Packer, with the exhibition FLE$H.
This new work focuses on the representation of women's bodies in advertising, media and within broader popular culture. Read more
Are you a performing artist or company ready to tour your work internationally? Keen to network and meet national and international performing arts industry?
The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) is Australia’s leading, internationally focused industry event for contemporary performing arts. Read more
In this full day workshop with Naomi Norris, artist and owner of Brook Gallery, Muswellbrook, workshop participants will learn the techniques and processes used in resin art and create their own resin art pendants. Read more
The Muswellbrook Art Prize began in 1958 as the Festival of the Valley Art Prize with the winning painting Death of Voss by Tom Gleghorn becoming the inaugural work in what has grown to become an excellent collection of modern and contemporary Australian painting, works on paper and ceramics from the Post War period of the 20th Century and now the first two decades of the 21st Century. Read more