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Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Damian Smith Performance

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present one of Australia’s most accomplished male ballet dancers, Damian Smith, for a special one-off performance on Sunday 26 February. Hosted by the Gallery in partnership with the Allegro Ballet School, this renowned performer will present his unique combination of dance and painting for Wagga Wagga audiences. Read more

Lismore Laughs | Tom Gleeson

A true master of the craft, he remarkably gets better each year, a phenomena that ensures other comics sneak in the back of his always sold out shows. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | PERFORMANCE

Like bursts from a camera shutter, Abbey McCulloch’s series PERFORMANCE captures not only the most consciously posed and poised bodies, but those moments in between that reveal the out-takes, where gestures belie the vivacious, confident woman caught only a millisecond before. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | The Phantom Art Show

The Phantom Art Show, an exhibition inspired by the comic book character, is truly for the young at heart! Nostalgic, surprising and fun, this exhibition celebrates the evolution of this unique heroic character over the past 80 years. Read more

Wagga Wagga | 'The Only White Landscape' Book Launch

Western Riverina poet Derek Motion has recently published his second full-length collection of poetry, The Only White Landscape. This collection is published by Australian poetry imprint Cordite Books, and presents a series of poems that use the landscapes of regional New South Wales as a lens to investigate personal change. Read more

West Darling Arts | Gaara Exhibition

Join West Darling Arts for the first of many local artist exhibitions this year, Gaara Arts. This exhibition celebrates the creativity of a some of the female artists from the community including Phyllis Raganovich, Jan Allison, Jenny Cattonar, Beth Murray-Wilson, Joan Morris-Craker, Bella Lake and Robyn Taylor. Read more

Goulburn Film Group | Constance on the Edge

The Goulburn Film Group is a community organisation, which in association with Southern Tablelands Arts (STARTS), is committed to bringing a wide variety of film choices to the community. Films are screened on the last Sunday afternoon of each month excluding school holidays, at the Lilac City Cinema. The next film is Constance on the Edge. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | One Million Stars to End Violence

The One Million Stars project was first launched by Queensland artist Maryann Talia Pau in 2012 as a response to the escalating occurrence of racial and domestic violence and violence against women in Australia. Since then, it has grown into an international weaving movement with stars being woven by communities in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, Europe and the USA. Some stars have already been part of stunning displays at the Royal Exhibition Building Melbourne, Queen St Mall Brisbane (G20), Myer Melbourne and the Sydney Opera House. Read more