This May, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is exhibiting the contemporary art exhibition 8 A r t i s t s. The exhibition showcases the collaborative efforts of four pairs of artists from the Eastern Riverina region pairing emerging and established artists, and within each pair, one artist is living with a disability. Read more
This Sunday 5th May photographer Emma Beecher will present her exhibition ‘The Eminence of Insignificance’ in Leeton’s Roxy Art Space.
A graduate of ANU's School of Art and the National Art School in Sydney, Beecher's exhibition highlights her exploration of the relationship between landscape and place. Read more
On Fridays during the picking season, Price’s Café in the small coastal town of Moruya NSW, was always packed. People were drinking milkshakes, eating hamburgers, meeting friends and enjoying the latest hits on the jukebox. Read more
Respected art dealer, Rex Irwin, will visit the town of Molong, just 32 kms west of Orange, in a first for the country. Libby Oldham, Director of Jayes Gallery and Sculpture Gardens, says ‘this is coup for the bush as art dealers rarely move from the rarefied air of the Sydney art scene’. Read more
Jim Paterson grew up watching the ships come into Port Melbourne in the 1950s. From these densely industrial memories, full of soot and grit, the artist has created an imaginative world within his inked images that weld machinery to monsters on an island in the outback. Read more
Masters’ Apprentice is Kristin Hardiman's visual tribute to 25 internationally renowned artists who have influenced her practice. It consists of 75 pieces which examine the worlds of her favourite modern masters including Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and Brett Whiteley. Read more
The New England Regional Art Museum will celebrate its 30th Birthday on 26 March. To celebrate this milestone, a curated showcase is on display highlighting one major acquisition for each year from 1983 to 2012, celebrating the evolution of the collection over the last 3 decades. Read more
Night-time has enchanted mere mortals as well as artists since primative times.
Lismore Regional Gallery is currently showing an exhibition which presents poetic notions of our noctornal world and imaginations, along with the science of the night. Read more