Visiting artists, graphic designers, printers, typographers and enthusiasts are invited to join with local residents to take part in a new celebration of printing and printmaking at the New England Regional Art Museum on 30th April as part of the inaugural Wimble’s Wayzgoose event. Read more
Join MAMA to celebrate the opening of Primavera at 25: MCA Collection and Being Tiwi. The exhibitions will be opened by Blair French, Director, Curatorial and Digital, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, with a Welcome to Country offered by Aunty Nancy Rook, Wiradjuri Elder. Read more
Cementa Contemporary Arts Festival took place from 6-9 April this year, spanning four day and nights with performances, sound, cabaret, interactive and electronic arts, video, photography, installation and ceramics. Read more
Artists are invited to an open call for submissions to one of the largest sculpture exhibitions in rural NSW – Sculptures in the Garden 2017.
Held over two days, Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th October 2017, this not for profit outdoor exhibition gives local, regional and interstate artists an avenue to exhibit their works in beautiful rural surroundings within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee NSW. Read more
Surrender explores the distinctive figurative and landscape work of Joshua Yeldham, one of Australia’s most original and creative contemporary visual artists.
Drawing from a reverential love of nature and deep spiritual affiliation with the land, Yeldham creates intricately rendered works that oscillate between narrative and myth, imagination and real experience. Read more
Tweed Regional Gallery presents the exhibitions Drawn to Print: David Fairbairn and Slow light... Celestial, open from the 21st April to the 18th June 2017, with an official opening 21 April at 6pm. Read more
After living in Sydney on and off for nearly 20 years, artist Anna Kaineder made the move to rural New South Wales and in doing so has found a place of personal peace and joy. Contribution is the artist's response and celebration of the powerful impact of the region and its rituals, asking if this impact could be universal. Read more
Big Skies Collaboration: Scott ‘Sauce’ Towney’s illustrated representations of Wiradjuri constellations will be exhibited at Cementa17 this week.
In 2016 Cultural astronomer Trevor Leaman commissioned Wiradjuri artist Scott ‘Sauce’ Towney, from Peak Hill, to create a set of graphic representations of his people’s star constellations, as part of Trevor’s own Wiradjuri Cultural Astronomy Project. Read more
A once flourishing cement works town, Kandos (pop. 1,200) is located 3.5 hours from Sydney between the towns of Lithgow and Mudgee. The town owes its existence to the plentiful supplies of limestone and coal in the region, which supported the former cement plant up until its closure in 2012. Read more
Five. The number of senses. The amount of people you need for a basketball team. The number of points on the star when you cut through an apple the ‘wrong way’. The number of ingredients in a traditional punch. It is also the number of years the Outback Arts Gallery has been running in Coonamble! Read more
Horns, Spikes, Quills and Feathers. The secret is in the skin!
Dinosaurs lived all over the world for 169 million years and vanished 65 million years ago when the Earth was struck by an asteroid. Until recently, knowledge of dinosaurs was based almost entirely on their internal body structure. As a result, skins were lizard-like and the colours grey, green and brown prevailed. Read more