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Salient Brings Historical Conflict into Contemporary Focus

The new exhibition Salient: Contemporary artists at the Western Front is an opportunity for modern day visitors to reflect upon the impact that the First Word War had upon their own communities. The national tour of the exhibition will commence with its opening at 6.00pm on the evening of Friday 23 March 2018 at the New England Regional Art Museum in Armidale. Read more

Grafton Regional Gallery | Artist Residency Call Out

Grafton Regional Gallery is seeking expressions of interest from artists who would like to be an artist in residence during October 8 to November 1, 2018. The 2018 residency will focus on contemporary drawing and interdisciplinary art practices. Artists with this interest are invited to submit proposals that explore exciting contemporary drawing projects. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Yidumduma Bill Harney: Bush Professor

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present the new exhibition Yidumduma Bill Harney: Bush Professor an exciting retrospective celebrating the life work of Yidumduma Bill Harney, one of the last fully initiated men of the Wardaman people from the Northern Territory. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Death to a Stereotype, Penny Evans

Death to a Stereotype is an installation that engages with the Indigenous mourning and mortuary associations of the diamond symbols to put the stereotypes to bed whilst simultaneously celebrating our cultural reawakening and the renaissance of the South-Eastern Australian ancient cultures. This installation is active and reflective of deep personal processes. Read more

Grafton Regional Gallery | A Place to Call Home

Snakes in the laundry, dreary meals of mutton and a British reluctance to shower are just some of the memories post-war immigrants have shared in A Place to Call Home? Migrant hostel memories are explore in A Place to Call Home, an exhibition that opens at 5.30pm Friday, 23rd March at Grafton Regional Gallery. Read more

Save the Date | Kangaroo Valley Art Prize & Exhibition

Save the date for the Kangaroo Valley $5000 Art Prize and exhibition, with entries open from 15 August to the 12 September. Submissions are invited from all artists. Any two-dimensional work including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital art and mixed media is eligible. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Beguile

Beguile: European Masters: 17th – 20th Century brings together 21 prints from the Lakeview Collection. The collection spans from the work of Old Masters; Rembrandt and Goya, to Modern Masters; Renoir, Picasso, Chagall and Miro. It ends in the 20th century, touching the world of popular entertainment with Destino, a fascinating collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali. Read more

Lismore Regional Gallery | Dogged: Geoff Harvey

In honour of start of the Dog year (Chinese New Year 2018) starting on 16 February, Geoff Harvey's lyrical dog sculptures will be on display at Lismore Regional Gallery. Come in and you will encounter these friendly canines at various sites around the Gallery. Read more

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

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