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Goulburn | December Movie Month

December is Movie Month at South Hill Gallery, Goulburn! South Hill Gallery is within the grand historic homestead and extensive grounds of South Hill Heritage Estate. Read more

2013 Parliament Prize Visits Outback Arts

Karla Dickens’ January 26, Day of Mourning has been announced as the 2013 Parliament of New South Wales Aboriginal Art Prize winner. The work transforms an old Australian flag, which has been embroidered and embellished by the artist. Read more

Black Arts Market

This weekend, ignite your senses and experience a showcase of work from vibrant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and artisans from across NSW. Read more

Have you seen The Cake Man?

Robert Merritt was brought up on the Erambie Aboriginal Mission in Cowra. Merritt wrote The Cake Man, a play set in the story of his childhood, whilst in isolation in Bathurst and it was first performed in 1975 at the newly-formed Black Theatre in Redfern. Read more

BIRRANG | Market Development Course

Building an effective market development plan can be the most important part of any artist’s endeavour to bring their work to the stage and to new audiences. Read more

Southern Highlands Art Studio Trail

22 studio doors will open as part of the Southern Highlands Art Studio Trail, this November. This annual event is opportunity to see beyond the studio door of some of the Highlands artists, is on over the first two weekends of the month. Read more

Youth of Wagga Wagga | Ashmount Artspace

For the past 18 months dLux, a media arts organisation, has been working with the Wagga Wagga community through the dLab National Program. Funded by the Inspiring Australia Initiative, young people have been getting hands on with science, art and technology with dLux Facilitator Yenny Huber and showcasing their ideas in community events such as Science Week and the recent Fusion13 cultural festival, where student’s work was projected onto the Civic Centre. Read more

Regional Stakeholder Forum

On Thursday 7 November the Powerhouse Museum is holding the annual Regional Stakeholder Forum. The program will feature three panel sessions which will focus on partnerships and processes for developing regional travelling exhibitions, programming for the Centenary of World War I,  and  ‘hot topics’ – an open session for issues and concerns to come from the floor. Read more

WOOD | art design architecture

Opening this month at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, is WOOD: art design architecture, an exhibition exploring current creative practices, modes of thinking and relationships to wood. Read more

Broken Hill Fringe Festival

The bold and beautiful town of Broken Hill is pulling out all stops this October, with the Broken Hill Fringe on in this famous mining town. Read more