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MAMA | Cornélia Selover, I Wish You Were There

Join MAMA for the opening of I Wish You Were There, a new exhibition by Wodonga artist Cornélia Selover. Presenting large scale paintings, mobile metal sculptures and woven textiles, Selover shares with us the intricate maps of her inner world, a place forever changed by trauma and loss, a universe being mapped and navigated with each new artwork. Read more

Wendy Whiteley to Open Sculptures in the Garden 2018

Regional Australia’s premier sculpture exhibition, Sculptures in the Garden is excited to announce that Wendy Whiteley has been confirmed to open this year’s event. Whiteley, who is well known for her contribution to the Arts and her secret garden in Sydney’s Lavender Bay, will be involved in the two-day event for the first time. Read more

Gunnedah Shire Council | NAIDOC 2018

NAIDOC Week is nearly here, and Gunnedah has celebrations for the whole community to enjoy. From 9 July to 15 July there will be a range of activities sharing Aboriginal culture and honouring the rich heritage of the Gamilaroi people. Read more

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