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Western Plains Cultural Centre | Sarah McEwan: Unbind Me

Unbind Me is a fractured and questioning wrestle with historical Western philosophy and how it has created myths about the ‘right’ and ‘true’ and ‘natural’ properties of the world and how, still today, these legacies have dangerous and real consequences in our contemporary society. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | From Here to There: Australian Art and Walking

The simple act of walking is generally done without thought, planning or intent. For some artists though – walking is a central element of their work, informing their process, content, or both. From Here to There: Australian art and walking highlights the diverse and innovative ways Australian artists are exploring walking in their art. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Sound on Paper

Sound on Paper presents two projects exploring the apparent dichotomy between visual and audible perception. During a two-week residency at the Cad Factory in November 2016, Italy based visual artist Barbara Bartos and Narrandera poet Julie Thompson-Briggs have collaborated on an audio-visual interactive project inspired by the Scribbly Gum Moth. Read more

Arts North West | Making Old Markings New

The Making Old Markings New exhibition opening at the Armidale Aboriginal Cultural and Keeping Place on June 7 is the result of a two year project run by the Arts North West Aboriginal Cultural Support Program with funds from the Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund through Create NSW. Read more

Sturt Gallery | Cultivate

Cultivate is a new Sturt Gallery exhibition in which 10 artists working across the mediums of jewellery, metalwork, ceramics, basketry and textiles were invited to create work that reflects or responds to the natural world around us. The resulting exhibition blends organic material, clay and metal to create and explore nature within the gallery space. Read more

New England Regional Art Museum | Myall Creek and Beyond

The New England Regional Art Museum and the Friends of Myall Creek Memorial invite you to the opening of the exhibition Myall Creek and beyond. Myall Creek and beyond features the work of Robert Andrew, Fiona Foley, Colin Isaacs, Julie Gough, Quarralia Knox, David Leha and Tim Leha, Laurie Nilsen, Judy Watson, Warraba Weatherall and will feature the Myall Creek Gathering Cloak facilitated by Carol McGregor and members of the region's Aboriginal community. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Michelle Hamer: I am Part of a Living City

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present the first survey show of the work of award-winning contemporary Australian artist Michelle Hamer, I am Part of a Living City. Spanning over a decade of investigations, this fascinating exhibition highlights Hamer’s unique practice of hand-stitched and drawn works based on ‘found’ urban texts and her own photography. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Walking Matters

agga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present Walking Matters, an exhibition which brings together for the first time, the works of Antonia Aitken, Rebecca Mayo and Kirstie Rea. The three artists use walking to build knowledge and embodied experience of the places and sites they investigate in their studios. Read more