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Tweed Regional Gallery | Abstraction: celebrating Australian women abstract artists

Abstraction is one of the most influential developments in art history. Evolving from avant-garde movements in Europe at the close of the nineteenth century, it has continued to flourish through to contemporary times. Women artists have been at the forefront of its development and yet, until recently, their contribution has been obscured from the art-historical narrative. This exhibition resurrects and examines the myriad of ways that Australian women artists have championed abstraction and kept it alive in the twenty-first century. Read more

Screenworks Brings the Screen Industry to Byron Bay

Screenworks in partnership with Media Super is making it possible for Northern Rivers filmmakers and creatives with content ideas for film and television to get a step closer to getting funding, broadcast and producer interest. They are bringing some of the key screen industry decision makers to Byron Bay for a two and a half day seminar The Business of Producing at SAE Creative Media Institute on March 8 - 10. Read more

Murray Arts | Burraja Gallery Relaunch

Following a brief hiatus, we are excited to be re-launching burraja gallery on Wednesday 28th February. Join us to celebrate the unveiling of the new space, and the opening of the first exhibition for 2018. Read more

Orange Regional Gallery | David Fairbairn: Drawn to Print

Celebrated portraitist David Fairbairn is well known for his large scale mixed media drawings and his expert use of line and while these aspects of his practice continue, in recent years he has focused almost exclusively on large scale etchings. Read more

Screenworks to Bring Expert on Social Impact Documentaries to Bangalow

The people of the Northern Rivers region have a reputation for driving and supporting some of the big issues of our time, especially in the areas of environmental impact and social justice. Which is why Screenworks is so excited to be bringing Malinda Wink to the region on Friday 16th February to talk about funding and making films that bring about change. Read more

MAMA | Material Sound

Opening with a festival of live performances, Material Sound brings together 6 contemporary artists who each create an experience of sound within installations and apparatus constructed from everyday materials. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Home is where the heat is

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is proud to present a new exhibition in the National Art Glass Gallery celebrating the tenth anniversary of one of Australia’s most significant and internationally recognised glass institutions, the Canberra Glassworks. Home is where the heat is brings together studio artists, hirers, tutors, staff and volunteers both past and present, from the past decade since the opening of the Glassworks in 2007. Read more