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Tweed Regional Gallery | Slipstich

An Ararat Regional Art Gallery and NETS Victoria touring exhibition, curated by Dr Belinda von Mergensen. Slipstitch presents an Australian perspective on the contemporary uptake of embroidery by a new generation of artists. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | Objects of Desire: Contemporary Clay

Objects of Desire: Contemporary Clay is an exhibition about material transforming from a lump of dirt into a myriad of forms. Clay is an expressive material, from the belly of a bowl to the gestural marks of an abstract sculpture, there is something seductive about clay: it calls out for human touch. Read more

Tweed Regional Art Gallery |RAF Project: 'If These Halls Could Talk' Public Programs

A new exhibition at Tweed Regional Gallery delves deeper into a celebration of town halls in the Northern Rivers and the stories they inspire. The exhibition, Tumbulgum and the Countdown to Midnight at the First Supper Between Now and Forever, is on display at the Gallery from 17 February and draws from the research for a multi-arts project entitled If These Halls Could Talk. Read more

RAF Project | If These Halls Could Talk

If These Halls Could Talk was a multi-arts project managed by Arts Northern Rivers, who commissioned renowned artists to transform seven halls across the Northern Rivers into site-specific works in response to the unique narrative of the halls and their community. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | PERFORMANCE

Like bursts from a camera shutter, Abbey McCulloch’s series PERFORMANCE captures not only the most consciously posed and poised bodies, but those moments in between that reveal the out-takes, where gestures belie the vivacious, confident woman caught only a millisecond before. Read more

Tweed Regional Gallery | The Phantom Art Show

The Phantom Art Show, an exhibition inspired by the comic book character, is truly for the young at heart! Nostalgic, surprising and fun, this exhibition celebrates the evolution of this unique heroic character over the past 80 years. Read more

West Darling Arts | Gaara Exhibition

Join West Darling Arts for the first of many local artist exhibitions this year, Gaara Arts. This exhibition celebrates the creativity of a some of the female artists from the community including Phyllis Raganovich, Jan Allison, Jenny Cattonar, Beth Murray-Wilson, Joan Morris-Craker, Bella Lake and Robyn Taylor. Read more