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Goulburn Regional Art Gallery | Coarse Stories

Coarse Stories is an experiment – an engagement with ten artists whose work moves through spaces, gathering the experience of their physical, ideological, interior and exterior facets over time. These artists share an awareness of the space they themselves inhabit and too, the space they re-posit in their work. Each is a negotiation of human existence today and explored within the process of a practice (making) and without doubt, living (being). Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Dirt & Ash: Fiona Fell and Kellie O'Dempsey

Dirt & Ash displays a dynamic exchange between two mid-career artists, Fiona Fell and Kellie O’Dempsey. The exhibition explores the links between artists’ bodies and practices via their respective mediums of clay (Fell) and charcoal (O’Dempsey). At face value, Fell and O’Dempsey have very different approaches to art. Fell’s process is private and studio based. O’Dempsey’s performance drawing is a public spectacle. Read more

World Champion Ragtime Jazz Pianist to Perform in Orange

The Orange Regional Conservatorium (ORC) is proud to present world champion pianist Adam Swanson Tuesday 23rd October 6pm. As part of his East Coast Australian tour the American pianist will be appearing at the James Sheahan Catholic High School Performing Arts Centre, taking advantage of both the fantastic venue and beautiful Steinway Grand Piano. Read more

Cowra Regional Art Gallery | Gerry Wedd: Kitschen Man

A new exhibition opening at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery on Saturday 13 October from 2pm will provide Cowra and Central West art lovers with a rare opportunity to experience first-hand the works of one of Australia’s most outstanding and influential craft practitioners. Read more

Southern Tablelands Arts | Spring Fling: Combined Choirs Concert in Yass

This October be delighted by the best of choral voices with Southern Tablelands Arts' Spring Fling Combined Choirs Concert in Yass. Featuring Maisie's Choir and the Kitchen Band (Yass), the Dante Musica Viva Choir (Canberra), the Bridge to Sing Choir (Goulburn), Canberra Community Voices (Canberra) and the Good Vibes choir (Yass). Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | Borrowed Time: Laith McGregor

Borrowed Time, opening on Friday 5 October, brings together new and recent works by leading contemporary Australian artist Laith McGregor, focusing on the themes of time and labour. For McGregor, time is both a subject matter for his work, as well being a tangible measure of the artist’s labour. Read more

Lieder Theatre Company | Periphery Festival

A weekend of workshops, discussions and networking, culminating in performances, Periphery will examine theatre as a tool for social change through the shared experiences of a broad range of community organisations, theatre practitioners and interested individuals. Read more

MAAS and Southern Highlands Arts | MAAS Handling Museum Objects

MAAS Registrar Sarah Heenan will demonstrate helpful hints for safely handling and moving a variety of museum objects and discuss general registration practices. Participants, under supervision, will be able to handle select objects from Berrima Museum using best practice techniques. Read more