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Bathurst Regional Art Gallery | Curioser & Curioser

Explore the world of contemporary art through a selection of work by some of Australia's most innovative, creative and colourful artists. Taking inspiration from the passages of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Curioser & Curioser presents the work of 18 emerging, mid-career and established artists from across Australia. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Riverstones and Ramifications

Now open in Galleries 2 & 3 at the Lismore Regional Gallery is Riverstones and Ramifications, an exhibition by Bronwyn Bancroft. "The inspiration for this exhibition can be attributed to the life of, and my connection to my Uncle Pat Bancroft, who died at the age of 94 in 2015. His knowledge of the country was phenomenal and it was an absolute joy and privilege to learn from him. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Between Nature and Sin

A major survey exhibition of painting, photography and film by leading Australian artist will open at Lismore Regional Gallery 7 December. The exhibition, BETWEEN NATURE AND SIN features a decade of past paintings, photographs, videos, and the premiere of COWBOY COUNTRY, David Griggs’ first feature film. Read more

Bundjalung Gathering | Art and Culture Exhibition

Opening at Marvell Hall (Byron Bay) at 5pm on Saturday 15th of December is the Bundjalung Gathering Art and Culture Exhibition. The exhibition features renowned Bundjalung Nation artist Oral Roberts, with Gilbert Laurie, Arakwal Sisters Nickolla and Caitlayn Clark, Uncle Magpie, Ken ' Bull' Gordon, Colin Appo, Budda Laurie, Bud Wilson, and guest artists Dhinnawan and Gordon Pupangamirri (Tiwi Islands) and an Emerging Youth Artists corner. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | Marion Hall Best: Interiors

This exhibition colourfully charts the work of Marion Hall Best (1905 - 1988), one of Australia’s first and most influential independent interior designers, displaying original furniture, fabrics, furnishings and design schemes. Best’s career spanned four decades from the mid-1930s, a period of transition from the department store decorators and art furnishers of the 1920s, to the independent professional designers of today. Read more

NERAM | RIVERSONG: Four Seasons of the Rocky River

Armidale artist, Jan Clark, is inspired by the extraordinary beauty found in the tiny details of nature particularly those of the Rocky River by which she lives. This body of work expresses the feelings, moods, sounds, heat and cold of the Rocky River, where small riparian habitats provides deep spiritual nourishment. Read more

The Art Factory Presents End of Year Exhibition

On Tuesday 4 December from 11am – 12pm, The Art Factory invites you to the opening of the End of Year Exhibition at the HR Gallop Gallery at Charles Sturt University. The Art Factory is a supported studio that provides artists with guidance, mentoring, networks and career paths to assist in establishing and maintaining a contemporary arts practice. Read more

Byron Writers Festival | Matt Noffs in Conversation with Chris Hanley

Byron Writers Festival presents Matt Noffs (CEO of the Ted Noffs Foundation) in conversation with Chris Hanley about his new book Addicted? The book, and impending discussion, is about addictions of all kinds. Addiction to smartphones, sex, games, social media, gambling, money, but most of all to alcohol and drugs. At a time when the Australian government wants to drug test welfare recipients, do we really understand addiction and how someone becomes addicted to a substance or behaviour in the first place? Read more

Arts North West | Free Creativity Workshop for Aboriginal Artists

Mark making is a term used to describe the different lines, patterns, and textures we create in a piece of art. It applies to any art material on any surface, not only paint on canvas or pencil on paper. Join Arts North West Aboriginal Arts Officer Lorrayne Riggs to explore the creative possibilities of mark making. Read more