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Sturt Gallery | A Visual Feast: Two Artists and a Chef

Juliet Holmes a Court and Ruth Levine produce art inspired by their culinary muse – Chef James Viles of Biota. “Why, we are asked, set a challenge like this, landscapes off a plate, and sculptures from a meal? The answer is, and it’s another thing in common with nature,. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Exhibition Applications Now Open

Would you like the opportunity to showcase your practice in the Riverina’s highest profile exhibition venue? The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery are now seeking proposals for the Links Gallery and E3 art space for exhibitions during our 2019-2020 community gallery schedule. Read more

Only 4 Weeks Left to Submit to Sculptures in the Garden

Regional sculpture exhibition, Sculptures in the Garden is calling for final submissions to their 2018 exhibition in October with entries closing in 4 weeks. The annual two-day exhibition will again be held in the garden at Rosby vineyard in Mudgee, NSW on the 6th and 7th of October and is expected to attract over 3,000 visitors to the 8th annual event. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Katthy Cavaliere: Nest

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is deeply honoured to present a very special video work, Nest by Katthy Cavaliere. This touching work has been gifted to the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery by Daniel Mudie Cunningham from the Estate of Katthy Cavaliere, and forms the first piece of our digital media collection. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | Connecting with your Collection

To celebrate Local Government Week, Tweed Regional Gallery's Director, Susi Muddiman OAM is inviting the public to join her for a floor talk. Come along and gain some interesting insights into some of the artworks featured in the exhibition Go Figure: Works from the Collection. Read more

Murray Art Museum Albury | Immortality

Immortality investigates the role artists play in forming these artefacts for the future. Through objects, photography, wall sculpture, etchings, multimedia installations and film, Immortality presents the work by seven living artists as well as works by no longer known artists from the southern Asia-Pacific region. Read more

Nexus Gallery | The Botanic Ashes

Growing up near a National Park, Bronwyn Rodden developed a passion for Australian native plants. Experimenting with inks created from her garden, Bronwyn Rodden’s The Botanic Ashes: England v. Australia works have been made using inks from Australian plants (Wattle, Smilax, Davidson’s Plum, Native Olive, Rusty Plum, and Eucalyptus) and traditional English inks (Woad, Madder and Oak Gall Ink, together with Alder, Rose and Ivy Berry inks). Read more