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South East Arts | SEA Screen Day

Are you working regionally in the screen industry? Do you want to meet other local filmmakers? South East Arts is running a day just for you with keynote speakers including Cate McQuillen (Dirt Girl World), Screenworks, Create NSW, Gooseboy TV, Wildbear Entertainment, Indigo Pictures & more. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Thursday Night Live!: Ain’t I a woman? Am I or am I not a feminist?

Women, feminism and gender will be under the microscope when the next Thursday Night Live! event is held on International Women’s Day – Thursday March 8 – as part of the upcoming Lismore Women’s Festival. Up for discussion is the provocation ‘Ain’t I a woman? Am I or am I not a feminist?’ This month’s host is Southern Cross University’s School of Arts and Social Sciences Director of Community Engagement and Bachelor of Arts course coordinator Associate Professor Adele Wessell. Read more

Renowned String Quartet to Inspire Regional Audiences

The Orange Regional Conservatorium (ORC) will host one of Australia’s most acclaimed string quartets on Friday 9th March at 6pm. The ARIA Award nominated Acacia Quartet are an exciting group that have made a name for themselves performing music both old and new across the country to sold out audiences. Read more

William Yang Celebrates Social Diversity in Upcoming Performance

Photographer and performer William Yang is one of Australia’s most celebrated independent artists and will share his poignant story with Gunnedah in ‘The Story Only I Can Tell’ on March 7. ‘The Story Only I Can Tell’ tells the unique story of William’s life. His family migrated from China to Australia more than 100 years ago and subsequent generations adapted to western culture. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Hinterlandt

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to host one of Australia’s most exciting contemporary music ensembles, Hinterlandt, for a special one-off performance on Saturday 3 March. Hinterlandt is a Sydney-based indie-chamber music ensemble playing original material composed by German-born Jochen Gutsch. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Dogged: Geoff Harvey

In honour of start of the Dog year (Chinese New Year 2018) starting on 16 February, Geoff Harvey's lyrical dog sculptures will be on display at Lismore Regional Gallery. Come in and you will encounter these friendly canines at various sites around the Gallery. Read more