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Four Winds Bermagui | Free Professional Development Session for School & Music Teachers

Designed to provide fresh ideas for the classroom and music lessons, this interactive session will develop participants skills in extracting musical material and inspiration from the natural environment in ways both educational and fun for students. The session will be presented by Bega local, David Hewitt, on Thursday 30 March, 4.30-6.30pm, in the beautitful Four Winds Windsong Pavilion, just south of Bermagui. Read more

Outback Arts | Your last chance to catch the Outback Archies 2016

Established in 2011 the Outback Archies is an exhibition aimed at providing artistic opportunities for artists living in rural, regional and remote NSW. Outback Arts, in coordination with surrounding Regional Art Development Organisations, works to showcase the contributing artists to both a local and visiting audience through the exhibition. Read more

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery | Beyond Belief: the Sublime in Contemporary Art

From the C17th onwards there has been a recurring preoccupation with the idea of an art that inspires awe and wonder: the sublime. Historically associated with the natural landscape it remains to contemporary artists using elements of hyper realism, trompe l’oeil, scale, illogic and biology to reinvent the concept of the sublime for modern audiences. Read more

Lieder Theatre | Twelfth Night

Join Lieder Theatre for the opening night of Shakespeare's comedy of love, Twelfth Night, presented by the Lieder Theatre Company and performed at the historic Goulburn Club. Read more

Glasshouse Regional Gallery | Natural Wonder

A fascination with the raw beauty of where the water meets the land are embedded within our consciousness. Natural Wonder presents a selection of artworks from the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Art Collection that have been inspired by water and landscape. Read more

Glasshouse Regional Gallery | Meredith Woolnough

Meredith Woolnough's elegant embroidered traceries capture the delicate beauty of nature in knotted embroidery threads. Through a delicate system of tiny stitches she creates intricate and complex openwork compositions that are then carefully pinned in shadowboxes, just like preserved specimens. Read more

Glasshouse Regional Gallery | Bare: Degrees of undress

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