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Tweed Regional Gallery | Connecting with your Collection

To celebrate Local Government Week, Tweed Regional Gallery's Director, Susi Muddiman OAM is inviting the public to join her for a floor talk. Come along and gain some interesting insights into some of the artworks featured in the exhibition Go Figure: Works from the Collection. Read more

Murray Art Museum Albury | Immortality

Immortality investigates the role artists play in forming these artefacts for the future. Through objects, photography, wall sculpture, etchings, multimedia installations and film, Immortality presents the work by seven living artists as well as works by no longer known artists from the southern Asia-Pacific region. Read more

Nexus Gallery | The Botanic Ashes

Growing up near a National Park, Bronwyn Rodden developed a passion for Australian native plants. Experimenting with inks created from her garden, Bronwyn Rodden’s The Botanic Ashes: England v. Australia works have been made using inks from Australian plants (Wattle, Smilax, Davidson’s Plum, Native Olive, Rusty Plum, and Eucalyptus) and traditional English inks (Woad, Madder and Oak Gall Ink, together with Alder, Rose and Ivy Berry inks). Read more

Four Winds | The Sound of the 18th Century Comes to Bermagui

Four Winds is welcoming former Festival Artistic Director and recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey to the Windsong Pavilion on Sunday 19 August 2018. Genevieve will be joined by celebrated Australian baroque bassoonist Jane Gower and Lars Ulrik Mortensen from Denmark on harpsichord – who are both among the finest players in the world of baroque music. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | For What It's Worth

A new exhibition by Brisbane-based artist Ryan Presley opens Friday 3 August at the Tweed Regional Gallery. The solo exhibition titled For What It's Worth (Not For Sale) was developed after Presley spent one month working in the Gallery's Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Glen Simmons: Spinning Yarns

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is pleased to present Spinning Yarns an exhibition of photographic work by local artist Glen Simmons. On display in the E3 art space from Saturday 21 July until Sunday 29 July, features work from Simmons’ Master of Creative Practice at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga. Read more

Orana Arts | A Little Piece of Heaven

A Little Piece of Heaven is the story of Auntie Ruth and Uncle Dick Carney, elders of the Narromine community. The couple tell their story in their own words, delivering a truly extraordinary untold tale of Aboriginal life in country NSW through the twentieth century. Read more

Narrandera Arts and Community Centre | Fragments

Join West Riverina Arts on Thursday 19th July from 6:30pm at the Narrandera Arts and Community Centre for the official opening of Fragments, curated by Hape Kiddle. Fragments is the next installment of the 'Activating Narrandera Arts' program initiated by Western Riverina Arts, funded through a Regional Arts Fund grant from the Federal Government, to utilise the Narrandera Arts Centre as a creative space. Read more

Murmuration | 'Days Like These' Links City and Country and People of Diversity

A contemporary theatre production that blossomed in regional NSW returns home to Western Sydney with renewed spark and depth. After a two-year residency at The Arts Centre Cootamundra in the Riverina district, originally Marrickville based and relocating to Western Sydney in 2017, ‘Murmuration’ is looking forward to performing in front of their home tribe. Read more