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Australia's Premiere Sculpture Exhibition Now Open for Submissions

Regional sculpture exhibition, Sculptures in the Garden has announced that artists are now invited to submit works for their 2018 exhibition. 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

Lismore Regional Gallery | Justene Williams: The Curtain Breathed Deeply

Lismore Regional Gallery is pleased to announce that a major solo exhibition of work by Justene Williams will open at the Gallery on 11 May at 6pm. The opening will be preceded by an in conversation session between the artist, Justene Williams, and Rachel Arndt (Gallery Programs & Touring Exhibitions Manager, Museums & Galleries of NSW) commencing at 5:15pm. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | The National Emerging Art Glass Prize

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is proud to present the 2018 edition of the National Emerging Art Glass Prize, a unique survey of the future stars of Australian glass. The winner of this year’s prize will be announced on Friday 4 May, at the official launch of the Prize exhibition featuring the works of over thirty entrants from across the country. Read more

Grafton Regional Art Gallery | POLLINATE Artist Talk

Award winning and highly collected artist and printmaker, Jenny Kitchener is presenting an artist talk about her love of printmaking, nature and the essential role of pollinating birds in Australia, at Grafton Regional Gallery, May 5, 10.30 am. Read more

Burraja Gallery | My Alice: Stephen Berger

My Alice is a collection of recent paintings by Central Arrente artist Stephen Berger investigating his intimate recollections of the desert landscapes of Alice Springs and surrounds. His disciplined practice of repetitious mark making is meditative and technical; in this, however, can be found a sense of reprieve and lightness, engulfing the observer into his contemplative world. Read more